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Customer specific field table T77OMATTR

Hi guys.

SRM 4.0, server 5.0.

I have added an attribute to use in the PPOMA. My attribute is for the tax jurisdiction code, besides this extra attribute I have added a customer specific field to the SC. But which function modules should I use to fill the customer field with my attribute, any ideas? I would believe that everytime you enter a new attribute in the table, you would also have to do some coding before it can work, right?

Thanks

Dennis M

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 11:31 AM

    Hi

    <b>Here are some related links -></b>

    creation-of-custom-attributes-in-org-structure

    r3-to-srm

    creating-a-new-custom-attributes-in-org-structure

    First take a look at this forum post regarding your questions - the thread has relevant info for you:

    FM for attribute's value assignation in PPOMA ?

    <u>Regarding your specific queries</u>:

    Can you automate replication?

    Yes - it can be automated. Post processing BADIs exist in the IDOC to allow you to perform your actions.

    <u>What are the tables?</u>

    Well not that you are ever to directly read or update these tables, but they are HR info type tables. Examples would be HRP1222, HRP1000, etc. If you really want to the table that has the attribute value see table HRT1222. Again look only - never develop a program to read/update these tables.

    As mentioned in the forum thread above use the function modules BBP_READ_ATTRIBUTES/BBP_UPDATE_ATTRIBUTES.

    <b>Do let me know, incase you need more details.</b>

    Regards

    - Atul

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