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New Infotype creation (Customize Infotype)

Hello every one,

I have one question as i need to solve that immedeiately.

1.How can we create a New customer infotype?

As of my know ledge we can create by PM01 T-code.

Actually i want to create this for,when an employee is transfered to any organization in a group ,then the person has to get a letter through SAP when we perform a transfer action.

To this i have to add some feilds both new and old PA,PSA,Org unit code,Position code.

can we do that?

Please can any one of you help me out in this.

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2007 at 11:42 AM

    Yes. Tcode->PM01 is used to create a new custom infotype.

    If you want to create a letter from SAP after a transfer action, you need not create any custom infotype for this. Develop a Z-report & use LDB to fetch the data before & after the transfer action from IT0001. The data before transfer action will always be there in infotype 0001.

    Hope this helps.

    Thanks,

    Sarika.

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2007 at 03:54 PM

    Are you asking to create an email from SAP in Transfer Action? You can create a custom workflow which gets triggered by the Transfer Event. You need to send a Std Text for that.

    Or , just for report, you can create a smartform that will pick up data from IT0000 & IT0001 in order to get all your fields. Hope it will solve your requirement.

    Thanks, reward iof helpful.

    Sankhadip

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