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CCR Exits

Hi,

Do let me know if you come across any user exits or BADI's in the CCR report.

Reason : During the CIF transfer we are validating the orders by storage loaction which is maintained in the custom table. So not all the orders are trasferred to APO. The CCR report shows it as inconsistency. I have to avoid these entries through some exits while executing the CCR report.

Thanks in advance.

Best Regards,

Siva.

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2007 at 05:11 PM

    Hi Siva -

    In APO there is a BADI (/SAPAPO/CIF_DELTA3) which has many methods for different transaction types.

    In R3/ECC there are 2 user exits:

    Sales orders: EXIT_SAPLCID3_001.

    Purchase orders, purchase requisitions, and confirmations: EXIT_SAPLCID3_002.

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    Andy

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    Posted on Dec 11, 2007 at 08:15 PM

    Hi,

    I found a user-exit EXIT_SAPLCORD_004 of the CIFORD02 enhancement. You can use this to filter production orders in R/3 for the CCR. If the field IV_CIFTRIGGER has the value ‘DR’ then the calling program is the CCR. There are some OSS notes that talk about this see notes: 579883, 556251, and 755931.

    Regards,

    Theresa

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 01:24 PM

    Hello Siva,

    Did you find some solution to this issue? Please let me know. I also need to remove (not to display) some of the errors which get displayed in delat report.

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