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What is the difference between KOBED AND KOBEV?

What is the difference between Forms KOBED and KOBEV in the Routine using VOFM transaction?

When is the form KOBED used and when is the form KOBEV used?

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 06:55 AM

    KOBEV is a header level check while KOBED is an item level check. OSS Note 156230 contains a very clear and thorough description of this function.

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 07:16 AM

    Hi Shashank,

    KOBEV is used for adding requirements related to header conditions.

    KOBED is used for adding requirements related to both header and item conditions.

    If you put your routine in KOBED that is good enough.

    But if your requirement checks only header fields (like customer, order type etc), it is recommended to use KOBED for performance issues.

    Check this link.

    Pricing Routines

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    All the Best!

    Gokul

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 07:08 AM

    Hi,

    Please refer the links,

    Pricing requirement routine

    Can any one tell me what is the difference b/w KOBED and KOBEV?

    Also refer the link,

    VOFM - Requirements

    Regards,

    Hema.

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