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incompleteness log - how to disregard items blocked for billing

Hy guys

is it possible not to take into account items blocked for billing when dealing with incompletness log ? (I.e. somethimes we've got a 3.000 items document which has half of theese blocked, but in order to allow billing we have to fill all missing data)

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Geraldo

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    Posted on Mar 06, 2007 at 06:44 PM

    Geraldo,

    You may build your own logic to check/mark item as incomplete.

    We did it when there was a requirement to mark items as incomplete in some conditions only.

    To do that we defined new incompletion procedure, have not assigned it to any doc type. Then in one of userexits (depending on which fields are driving your incompletion) or in userexit_save_document_prepare for example, you can call FM 'RV_CHECK_DOCUMENT_INPUT' with proper incompletion procedure, passing your tables and it will make your items incomplete if some fields are missing.

    In the same userexit you need to remove items from XVBUV internal table if they have been changed and are complete now....

    OR - just remove your blocked for billing items from XVBUV table in userexit_save_document_prepare... it will not log them as incomplete...SAP may re-execute check and add them back though... so your own procedure which is not linked to doc type is better since you are sure that these checks are triggered by your logic only and you are not going to "fight" with SAP native logic.

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