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create customer exit on 0calday

Hi ,

My requirement is i have to create customer exit variable on 0calday(characterstic). Default this value to current Monday of the week and popup to user.Validate User input with the Monday of the week.If its not a Monday give an error asking to enter Monday of that week

For ex: if i give date like 20.09.2007 it should display from starting of the week (i.e monday) to till that date.

PLz give me the instructions how to create

Thanks and Regards,

Madhavi

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 07:03 AM

    Madhavi,

    Once after creating the customer exit you need to write the code for that, just in that code you need to mention the logic stating that it has to check the input value either Monday or not and then if it is then fine or else it has to go back and pick the date for monday and display the report.

    Honestly i dont have much coding idea... so please contact a ABAPer and get the coding done for the above logic...

    Hope it helps...

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    Thanks,

    Gattu

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 06:55 AM

    Hi

    We have to write a code to achive this. And make ready for the user by setting ready for input in the variable.

    Thanks

    Khaja

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 07:59 AM

    Madhavi,

    Please find the pdf for creating a customer exit, but it doesnt relates to your requirement. It will help you how to create a customer exit and where to write the logic..

    Hope it will help you...

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    Gattu

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