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Skip check for Automatic MSDS Shipping

Hello

We are implementing the Automatic MSDS functionality and have a requirement where for a certain group of materials, the system is required to ship an MSDS 'everytime' and not only when a new version of MSDS was created OR when it is legally required as per EU or US norms.

So basically, we want to ignore any 'checking' of the report shipping order for these group of materials. Every time there is an order of any of these materials, an MSDS is required.

For all other materials, the standard process will be followed, i.e. report shipping order will be checked to see if it is required to be sent or not.

Any inputs on how we implement this?

CVEM_RDO_CHECK - does this FM needs to be modified? If yes, then how do we include the logic for only a group of materials.

Thanks

Sachin

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  • Mar 01, 2016 at 07:38 PM

    Dear Sachin

    first: you need to establish a "better" requirement. Therefore. currently there seems not to be any dependency on sales organization, country etc. (as you do not give details buzt mentioned that the topic should be true for US and other regions as well) ). Further ony your requirement is currently "only" related to SD_CALL;

    If I remember correct (but not sure): CVEM_RDO_CHECK is used as well in SUB_CALL etc. So you need a good "blueprint"

    The "most" important issue is the "definition": how do you would like to "check for relevant material number"??

    E.g. you could use a material class (with data as: always dispatch); you could use other "MM" related data to select the materials. The issue is more orlesss. It will never ever be a "static" list of materials but one can assume tha the list of relevant materials is dynamic (and in the ideal world: the lsit should be dependent on user action or other criterias which are "clear" (from business point of view and as well technical point of view(

    I have no personal experience with the new otions using "Enhancemnt points". Normally the old way would be: use may be CVEM_RDO_CHECK as a copy for a "customer" module. BUT do not change code (then it would be a "modificaiton" according to SAP rules). Therefore: You should look as well for "SUB_CALL"

    E.g. let us assume that you just store any dispatch of SDS in database. What should now happen in "SUB_CALL"?

    Because of the US and othere region topic: I believe it is not only CVEM_RDO_CHECK to look at.

    CB

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  • Jul 28, 2016 at 06:25 AM

    Dear Sachin

    if topic is solved. plesase close thread

    C.B.

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