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User Exit in MB11 / GOODS MOVEMENT +_+_+

Hi experts,

I have a requirement where I need to know the User exit in MB11.

My requirement is such that when a goods mvmt 261 is done using MB11, It should call a special function (custom program) using a Userexit.

Or a general user exit in goods movement if not (MB11 specifically), so that I can trigger this call for special function.

Any info is greatly appreciated.

Thanks

Preeti

MB1C, MB11, Goods movement.

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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 09:26 PM

    Check this User exits:

    MBCF0002

    MBCF0006

    MBCF0009

    MBCFC003

    MBCFC004

    MBCFC010

    Regards,

    Naimesh Patel

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 09:41 PM

    Check these BADIs:

    MB_RESERVATION_BADI                     MB21/MB22: Check and Complete Dialog Data               
    MB_QUAN_CHECK_BADI                      BAdI: Item Data at Time of Quantity Check               
    MB_PHYSINV_INTERNAL                     Connection: Core Inventory and Retail AddOn             
    MB_MIGO_ITEM_BADI                       BAdI in MIGO for Changing Item Data                     
    MB_MIGO_BADI                            BAdI in MIGO for External Detail Subscreens             
    MB_DOC_BADI_INTERNAL                    BAdIs when Creating a Material Document (SAP Internal)  
    MB_DOCUMENT_UPDATE                      BADI when updating material document: MSEG and MKPF     
    MB_DOCUMENT_BADI                        BAdIs when Creating a Material Document                 
    MB_CIN_MM07MFB7_QTY                     Proposal of quantity from Excise invoice in GR          
    MB_CIN_MM07MFB7                         BAdI for India Version exit in include MM07MFB7         
    MB_CIN_LMBMBU04                         posting of gr                                           
    MB_CHECK_LINE_BADI                      BAdI: Check Line Before Copying to the Blocking Tables  
    ARC_MM_MATBEL_WRITE                     Archive AddOn-Specific Data for MM_MATBEL               
    ARC_MM_MATBEL_CHECK                     Check AddOn-Specific Criteria for MM_MATBEL             
    

    Rob

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 09:57 PM

    You can find the exits in many ways.

    Get the developement class of the transaction code from SE93.

    Then go to transaction SMOD and press F4 and give the Development class in Press ENTER, then it will show all the exits available for that transaction.

    Or

    Go to transaction SE80 and give the development class name and then expand the enhancements tree view then you will get the list of userexits for that corresponding dev class.

    Put the breakpoint the check whether it is stopping at the required point.

    To check for the suitable badi, Go to transaction SE24 and give the Object type as CL_EXITHANDLER and click on Display button.

    Double click on method GET_INSTANCE, put a break point on case statement.

    Execute your transaction and look for variable EXIT_NAME at your scenario then It will show the available badi's.

    Reward if it is useful.

    Thanks,

    Srinivas

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 07:04 AM

    These are the enhancement available for this t. code

    MBCF0002

    MBCF0006

    MBCF0009

    MBCFC003

    MBCFC004

    MBCFC010

    Program for this trasaction is SAPMM07M, search CALL CUSTOMER-FUNCTION and set break point at all exits ........ run the trasaction now and check where the program gets stop....... that might be exit that need to be coded.

    Regards,

    Dilip Kushwha

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