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Field Exit

Hi experts,

What is the purpose of Field Exit?How can we implement them in SAP4.7 or ECC6.0 version?

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 01:08 PM

    hi,

    Check this thread

    field-exit

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    Alfred

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 01:06 PM

    Field Exits

    Field exits allow you to create your own programming logic for any data element in the Dictionary. You can use this logic to carry out checks, conversions, or business-related processing for any screen field. Example: The data element BBBNR identifies a company’s international location number. You might want to set up your R/3 System so that all international location numbers are larger than 100.

    The field exit concept lets you create a special function module that contains this logic.

    You assign the special function module to the data element BBBNR. You then assign the module to any programs and screens in which users can add new international location numbers. When you activate your field exit, the system automatically triggers your special routine whenever a user enters a company location number.

    In 4.6c, you can use "RSMODPRF" program to create field exits.

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2007 at 01:33 PM

    Hi refer to following link....

    http://www.sapbrainsonline.com/TUTORIALS/TECHNICAL/user_exits_tutorial.html

    Refer to pdf Enhancements to SAP Objects(User Exits)

    This provides u steps.

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    Vasu

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