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Enhancement for FD32 - Credit limit change and approval

Hi Experts,


In FD32 , when Credit limit is changed , before it is saved in database , I need to fetch that value(KNKK-KLIMK) and send it for approval.


I have Implemented BTEs on the FD32 screen. The event implemented is 00001520 (CREDIT MANAGEMENT: Save). The Z function module created is the copy of SAMPLE_INTERFACE_00001520.

I have also implemented event 00001510 ( CREDIT MANAGEMENT: GUI callup dialog ). In this event I have made a copy of SAMPLE_INTERFACE_00001510. The Z copy of SAMPLE_INTERFACE_00001510 has only one statement as following :

E_XCHNG = 'X'.

Now, the issue is when the credit limit is changed and I click on Save button, the Z_SAMPLE_INTERFACE_00001520 is called but I am unable to fetch the changed credit limit value(KNKK-KLIMK) in this particular Z_SAMPLE_INTERFACE_00001520 function module as it has only two importing parameters : I_KUNNR and I_KKBER. I have Debbuged the standard program - SAPMF02C and found that the changed value of credit limit is in include MF02CFS0, which is called after the Z_SAMPLE_INTERFACE_00001520 .


Please Can somebody update me what could be done about this as I am new to this type of development.


Any help will be highly appreciated.


Regards,

Raina Goyal

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  • Posted on Jul 20, 2016 at 06:25 AM

    What's your version, is not this workflow available: Configuring Approvals for Credit Limit Changes, you could copy/adapt this one.

    Else during your search prior posting, did you find threads like Workflow triggering on FD32 when customer credit limit changes (Many threads suggest delegation of BUS1010 to a Z-one)

    Regards,

    Raymond

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