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ADD text id for Letter of credit

Dear All,

I have requirement, Need to create new text id for Letter of credit. I have searched different threads I have configure

1. SPRO - > General Settings -> Text Control -> Define Text Determination Procedures for License Types (SLL_LCLOC1 - Texts for Letter of Credit) and have it assign to a Text ID example - Internal Note)

2. SPRO - >SAP Risk management->LoC Processing service-> Define Letter Of Credit Types (Maintain it against Text Control = SLL_LCLOC1 - Texts for Letter of Credit - same as what you maintain above) for you Z letter of credit type.

But I cant find both paths in my system. We are using ECC 6.0. I cant find SPRO general settings and SAP Risk management paths. Please help in this regord.



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    Posted on Sep 08, 2016 at 07:45 AM

    Hello Siva,

    Even we are working on ECC 6.0 and do not see the above IMG paths you have mentioned.

    For Financial Document text you can access T-Code VOTXN. Here you have option for General Texts for Financial Documents.


    Jignesh Mehta

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    • Hello Siva,

      It seems there is no option to mark the Financial Text as Obligatory in SAP Standard (based on what I and Veselina looked at).

      It would be better for you to work with your ABAPer and put a custom code in available Enhancement Spots to mark a particular text as mandatory.


      Jignesh Mehta

  • Posted on Sep 08, 2016 at 08:27 AM

    I think, these transactions and paths are for GTS (I have no access to such system right now to confirm that).

    Are you using GTS at all?

    By the way, I entered "letter of credit" as a search criteria and found some useful results, when I filtered the results for wiki pages. There is one even with step-by-step explanations and screenshots, where they mention how to set up texts and the correct tcode for ECC.

    Have you already tried that?

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