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Adding condition type in VF01.


I want to create billing document using VF01 transaction with the material document number created for the purchase order (also done in VF06 as background processing ) and add a condition type to the header conditions with the condition value .Are there any user exits for this purpose or do I have any other option to do so.

Any input will be appreciated.



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  • Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 10:50 AM

    Hi Venkatesh!

    Usually you would include a manual header condition in the pricing schema used in billing.

    Then you just go in VF01 to header conditions view and add your value.

    I don't know, where you get the value from. If you need the value automatically, then you can flag the condition as header and position. Then the position condition access can make a standard condition determination. But only assign an access sequence, where just header fields are included - otherwise you would end up with different conditions in different document lines.

    In general no coding is needed.



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    Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 11:06 AM




    SDVFX007 User exit: Billing plan during transfer to Accounting

    SDVFX008 User exit: Processing of transfer structures SD-FI

    SDVFX009 Billing doc. processing KIDONO (payment reference number)

    SDVFX010 User exit item table for the customer lines

    SDVFX011 Userexit for the komkcv- and kompcv-structures

    V05I0001 User exits for billing index

    V05N0001 User Exits for Printing Billing Docs. using POR Procedure

    V60A0001 Customer functions in the billing document

    V60P0001 Data provision for additional fields for display in lists

    V61A0001 Customer enhancement: Pricing



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