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Cost Center in FB60 Enhancement

Hi Experts,

I need to populate cost center based on some logic in FB60. I am not finding any suitable BADI/Userexits/BTE for the same. Have you come across any. I tried to find BADI, but didnt find any to alter the cost center logic.

B.R.

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 06:31 AM

    Perform first some search on 'substitution rule' FI (OBBH) or CO (OKC9)

    Hint: Look also at User Exits in Validations/Substitutions/Rules In online help.

    Regards,

    Raymond

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  • Posted on Sep 02, 2016 at 05:43 AM

    Raymond Giuseppi


    Steps Followed.

    1) Created the substitution in GGB1, Financial Accounting -> Line Item.

    2) Wrote prerequisite with company code and G/L.

    3) Copied the Code from RGGBS000 to Z.

    4) Created a new user exit U111. Added code in get_exit_titles.

    exits-name = 'U111'.

    exits-param = c_exit_param_none.

    exits-title = text-111.

    APPEND exits.

    Also added below code in include RGGBS_PS_TITLES

    exits-name = 'U111'.

    exits-param = c_exit_param_none.

    exits-title = text-111. "Cons. transaction type

    APPEND exits.


    5) Added the code COBL-KOSTL = '10000111' in form U111. (For testing purpose)

    6) Assigned the same program in GGB1 and activated with 1.

    7) When debugging point is put in Form U111, it is coming inside the form and assigning the value into KOSTL. But the same is not getting reflected in FB60 while stimulating.

    B.R.

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