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SAVE OUT to overwrite UserExit

Hi Experts,

I am using a user exit (Move field to VBKD in MV45AFZZ) to default a field (lets say ZTERM) in table VBKD in Sales Order, which overwrites what is determined from Master data.

Because of this the user cannot overwrite what is defaulted by user exit. This user exit works only in create mode VA01. This doesnÂ’t work in VA02 change mode. Therefore if user wants to change this field, they have to save order and then go in change mode and change this zterm. This may lead to errors as user may forget to change zterm.

Is there anyway to handle this. Say if the data was entered by user then do not overwrite. Or any other user exit that is called before the screen appears and not called after hitting save.

Thanks!!

- Ron

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2007 at 07:31 PM

    Rich: Yes I want to have flexibility to overwrite what User Exit fills in.

    I have checked w/ a breakpoint, this userexit is called 3 times

    1.Before we reach VA01 main screen

    2.when this field is changed and enter is hit

    3.when SAVE is hit.

    Seshu: As we are overwriting already before reaching the VA01 screen will the value be initial ? I dont; think so. Any thoughts on this ?

    Thanks !!

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    • Hi Ron, I think you may need to set a global flag and check it, or set a value in session memory using EXPORT/IMPORT. Anyway, you need to set and check a flag.

      In this case, we are checking this global flag, and if it is intiial(meaning the first time) then set the default value which should override the material master setting, then next time thru, the default will not be set because the global_field is now set to "X". Make sence?

      if global_field = space.
        field = 'Default Value'.
        global_field = 'X'.
      endif.

      Regards,

      RIch Heilman

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2007 at 02:41 PM

    check before passing the vdefault value -

    if the value is initial.

    then move

    else.

    do not move

    endif.

    Thanks

    Seshu

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  • Posted on Jun 28, 2007 at 02:42 PM

    So the material master fills the field, then your user exit overwrites, then you want to allow the user to change it in VA01?

    Regards,

    RIch Heilman

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  • Posted on Jun 28, 2007 at 09:23 PM

    Rich: Thanks for your idea. I have 2 more Qs on this.

    1. <i><b>if global_field = space.</b></i> Is this a SAP standard statement or we need to define this field or any other requirements for this field?

    2. Each time VA01 is used will this field global_field reset to space (initial)?

    If so then when first time this UE is called it will default (user exit fills in) and then we set it to X and user exit skips next 2 times in Va01.

    Thanks again for the info.

    Cheers!

    Ron

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