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How to enter BOM data in BOM header

I need a small help from SAP GURUS regarding the subject given above. When i was trying to enter BOM data in DIR enabled object links of BOM header, it was not allowing (Disabled) to enter the same.

How to enter BOM details in BOM header in DIR?

Is their any proceedure to enter the BOM data in DIR object?

Thanks in advance.

Regards

Suresh. J

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 12:19 PM

    Hi Suresh,

    unfortunatly it is not possible to add a BOM header link from document side.

    Generally the linkage of objects to a DIR is designed as such that a

    user can create and maintain the link from object-side as well as from

    document-side. There are, however, some exceptions like the production

    order (PORDER), BOM item (STPO_DOC) and BOM header (STKO_DOC). Links to

    these objects can only be created and maintained from object-side.

    Regarding BOM objects the reason for this restriction is due to the

    engineering change master, which is completely connected to BOM. The

    functionality at this level only allows the display of BOM objects from

    the DMS application.

    The check for these objects is done in the following coding:

    Main Program SAPLCV130

    Source code of LCV130O01

    MODULE (PBO) L201_BLANKLINES

    ***special settings

    IF drad-dokob = 'PORDER' or drad-dokob = 'STPO_DOC' or

    drad-dokob = 'STKO_DOC' or drad-dokob = 'DPR_OBJLNK'.

    PERFORM display_col_change USING 'PORDER-CO_POSNR' 1 1. " no icon

    GF_no_edit_screen_link = 'X'.

    ENDIF.

    if not gf_no_edit_screen_link is initial

    and display_mode NE c_dms_display.

    message w321 with intdrad-dokob.

    endif.

    ENDMODULE. " L201_BLANKLINES OUTPUT

    I hope this information is usefull for you. In that case please reward points.

    Best regards,

    Christoph

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