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BADI for FBL1N transaction.

Hi All,

I have used BADI "BADI_FDCB_SUBBAS01" to add new fields in transaction FB60 in the "Basic_Data" tab.

But when i execute FBL1N transaction and select the required vendor line item and click display i cannot see the new fields which i added.

Is there any BADI available to implement to get the added fields for display in FBL1N or is there any customization to be done.

Best Regards,

Kalyan.

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 10:42 AM

    Hai ,

    To get the display of aditional fields do follow the procedure.

    Goto : SPRO.

    select the path .

    FinanacialAccounting>Accounts recievable and payable->Vendor accounts

    -


    >lineitems->display lineitems>define additonal fields for line item diaply .

    Once u reach there execute the same and give the field which u added in FB60.

    oNCE EERYTHING IS DONE NOW execute FBL1N the new field will be displayed .

    regards,

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 07:39 AM

    Hi

    check the BADI's

    FI_ITEMS_MENUE01 Menu Enhancement

    FI_ITEMS_MENUE02 Menu Enhancement

    FI_TAX_BADI_015 RFUMSV00: Event "END-OF-SELECTION"

    before Data File Creation

    FI_TAX_BADI_016 RFUMSV00: Transfer of All Tax Data

    <b>Reward points for useful Answers</b>

    Regards

    Anji

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    Posted on Jul 11, 2007 at 08:21 AM

    Hi

    See the BADI FI_ITEMS_MENUE01 and/or FI_ITEMS_MENUE02

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    Regards

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