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Incompleteness Check - Date Types - CRM 5.0 - APPT_TYPE

Currently we are facing following problem:

A certain date profile is assigned to our service contracts. This date

profile contains e.g. the CONTSTART, contract start date.

We want the system to check that this date type is always filled out

BUT unfortunately this is not possible using the incompleteness

procedure.

Incompleteness procedure is set up in the following way:

Object Name APPOINTMENT

Field Name APPT_TYPE

Type CONTSTART

In other words: the system will check whether or not the date type

exists in the contract and not the fact that this date type is filled

out.

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 02:17 PM

    Wrong customizing of incompleteness procedure.

    If you are using object APPOINTMENT it makes no sense to put in

    APPT_TYPE as a field name because it will never be initial. Therefore

    IV-Protocol does not get filled.

    Use e.g. TIMESTAMP_FROM or TIMESTAMP_TO instead.

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2007 at 08:00 AM

    Hi Roman,

    Implement Order_Save badi,

    here in read the appointment details using FM, CRM_ORDER_READ import parameter 'Appointment.

    If content is not validated, throw the exception from within the badi method.

    Best Regards,

    Pratik Patel

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