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Changing ADRNR field of TVBUR table

Hi all,

I need to change the ADRNR field for a particular sales office .

My requirement is the address has been changed hence i have to assign a different ADRNR to the sales office so that the bank details appears changed in the invoice.

There is no table maintainence for this table.

IS there any CUSTOMIZATION setting to change this field?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Narottam Panth.

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2007 at 03:00 AM

    there is no customization for ADRNR ...

    one thing is as you know already maintance view has tobe created or else debug mode goto table select the entry do the debugging and edit the field value and change it ...

    Girish

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      Hi Girish,

      Changing at the runtime will give me temperorily what i want the output but it wont change the entry in the table permanantly........

      I need to assign the new ADRNR to the sales office so that wherever this table entry is used it should pass the desired address.

      Thanks,

      Narottam Panth

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2007 at 03:34 AM

    then definitely you should create a table maintance generator for that table ...

    or else you should write a report program for Modifying the ADRNR values ...

    so that whenever user wants to change the ADRNR value the he has to run the report ...

    so that it will modify the ADRNR value and the Address also changes .

    Girish

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