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Please help urgently-VA02

Hi,

I have one urgent requirement, We have a condition type of ZFI2, ZFI3, ZFI4. My requirement is if the user enters this values, if ZFI2 having value that time no need to contion types in VA02. If ZFI2 is Zero and ZFI3 having the values then it will display the ZFI3 only in the condition type, the samething for ZFI4.

I tried the program RV64A811. Can anyone please guide how to hide the condition types in sales order screen.

plz its urgent.

Point will be sure

Mohana.

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 09:09 AM

    Hello Mohan ,

    So your requirement is to display only non zero condition type.

    Please use RV61AFZB. In the FORM USEREXIT_PRINT_ITEM.

    Check if KOMK-AUART is equal to ZFI2 or ZFI3 or ZFI4.

    Check komp-netwr ne 0.

    delete xkomv where kwert eq 0.

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      Hello Mohan,

      Okies. I will assume that in your pricing procedure will be have the Condition type in the following Sequence ZFI1, ZFI2 ....and so on till ZFIN (N being ypur last condition type say ZFI6. In the Routine form userexit_xkomv_bewerten_end in the RV61AFZB.

      Read table xkomv INTO WF_KOMV with KSCHL = 'ZFI6'.

      IF WF_KOMV-KWERT NE 0.

      DELETE FROM XKOMV WHERE KSCHL IS EQUAL TO PREVIOS ONES

      SAY ZFI5, ZFI4 ....ZFI1.

      ELSE.

      Read table xkomv INTO WF_KOMV with KSCHL = 'ZFI5'

      DELETE FROM XKOMV WHERE KSCHL IS EQUALTO PREVIOS ONES

      SAY ZFI4, ZFI3 ....ZFI1.

      and so on..

      Regards

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 10:35 AM

    Hello Mohan,

    Do let me know if your issue was solved .

    Regards

    Saket Sharma

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