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Code for attachment using SERVICES FOR OBJECT for a customs declaration

Hi all,

I need a help...

My requirement is to automate the document attachment in the custom declaration screen using the 'Services for object'...

When I did the recording, I could not see the 'Services for object' button...

When I tried to look at the standard source code... it is really confusing....

so... is there any other way to automate the document attachment...

transaction code for custom declaration is /sapsll/cl_cus_03

Please help...

Regards,

Jaffer Ali.S

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    Posted on Aug 02, 2007 at 01:05 PM

    I believe you can attach a standard document automatically via the PPF configuration. I am not sure how to attach a form with transaction data though.

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 06:43 PM

    Hi Shamsudeen,

    Are trying to generate customs documents? What are the Customs documts you want to automate? You will able to do this by customization message type and action profile. Series of customizing steps you need to perform.

    Best , Sudhakar reddy

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