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I need modify SDBILLDL for enhancement.

Our company consultant tell me the 'RV60AFZZ' is the module I should look into for modification. Do you have any idea how this source code got link to the SDBILLDL?

Thanks,

Helen

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2006 at 02:39 AM

    Dear Helen

    Program SDBILLDL is used to display the Due list of Billing Documents.

    Exits in RV60AFZZ will be interacted when billing documents are posted.

    So please check the exact point where you need to add your enhancement.

    Kind Regards

    Eswar

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      Hi Helen

      As mentioned in my other post, RV60AFZZ is the include for some user exits for posting of billing documents.

      For this to identify, there are many approches. One better way is to go as below:

      1. Go to transaction SPRO.

      2. F5

      3. Go by path: Sales and Distribution -> System Modifications -> User Exits -> User Exits for Billing.

      Left to the exexute button is an icon for Documentation.

      Click on that, to find different exits for Billing and their purpose.

      Alternatively, if you search in the forum you can find few programs which can identify user exits, badi... for a given transaction.

      Hope the above info helps you.

      Kind Regards

      Eswar

  • Posted on Oct 19, 2006 at 03:00 AM

    Hi Helen,

    You could place a code (break point) in program RV60AFZZ to check whether being called or not from SDBILLDL program.

    BREAK <sy-uname>.

    Hope this will help.

    Regards,

    Ferry Lianto

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