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screen Exit for TCODE CO15

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I have to add a field in tcode CO15(Production Order Confirmation).

Is there any screen exit to perform the task.

Any help in this regard will be appreciated.

Thanks in advance

Gaurav

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 06:13 AM

    Hi

    Screen Exits

    Screen exits add fields to screens in R/3 applications. SAP creates screen exits by placing special sub screen areas on a standard R/3 screen and calling a customer sub screen from the standard screenÂ’s flow logic.

    Implementation of Enhancement in Customer System

    First, use the project management function to choose the SAP enhancements that you want and create an enhancement project.

    Next, edit your individual components using the project management function and document the entire enhancement project.

    Finally, activate the enhancement project (this activates all of the project's component parts).

    Start the project management function (transaction CMOD) and give your enhancement project a name. SAP recommends that you think up a naming convention for all of your projects. You can, for example, include the project's transaction or module pool in its name. All enhancement project names must be unique. Next, branch to the project's attributes and enter a short text describing the enhancenent project. The system inserts all of the project's other attributes (such as created by, created on, or status).

    Assigning SAP Enhancement to customer projects

    Use the project management function (transaction CMOD) to assign SAP enhancements to customer enhancement projects. Enter the names of the SAP enhancements you want to use on the appropriate screen.

    The search function gives you a catalog-like overview of existing SAP enhancements. From there you can select those enhancements that are of interest to you.

    Editing Components

    Activating Enhancement Projects

    Use the product management function to edit the components of your enhancement project.

    Depending on whether the component you are editing is a function module, a menu entry, or a subscreen, you branch to either the Function Builder, a dialog box for entering menu entries, or to the Screen Painter.

    Activation of an enhancement project affects all of its components. After successful activation, the project has the status active.

    During activation, all programs, screens, and menus containing components that belong to the project are regenerated (programs at the time they are executed). After activation, you can see the enhancements in your application functions.

    The Deactivate function allows you to reset an enhancement project's status to inactive.

    Business Transaction Events

    It is also called as Open FI enhancement technique which is based on the following principle:

    Application developers must define their interface in a function module. An assignment table is read in the corresponding (generated) code, and the customer modules assigned are called dynamically.

    This technique differentiates between enhancements that are only allowed to have one implementation and enhancements that can call multiple implementations in any sequence desired. Both industry-specific and country-specific enhancements may be defined.

    Enhancement Framework

    The new enhancement concept of the ABAP Workbench enables the integration of different concepts for modifying and enhancing development objects. The enhancement concept is supported by the Enhancement Builder tool and ABAP language elements.

    The objective of the Enhancement Framework is to provide a technology to create modification-free enhancements and to unify all possible ways of modifying or enhancing Repository objects.

    Multilayer Support

    - In contrast to modifications with enhancements it becomes possible to have

    enhancements on different development levels, e.g.

    - Core development

    - Application development

    - Add on development

    - Customer development

    - It is possible to create multiple enhancement implementations on different layers or

    to replace an enhancement implementation.

    Enhancement Spots

    Enhancement Spots can only be of type source code Enhancement or BAdI.

    Enhancement Spots manage explicit Enhancement Options

    While implicit enhancement options always exist and do not require any special management, explicit enhancement options created in an initial system must be made known to developers in target systems via Enhancement Spots.

    Enhancement Implementations

    Enhancement implementations manage their enhancements.

    Enhancements made by developers in follow-on systems are managed as Enhancement Implementations. This applies to all enhancement options, both explicit and implicit.

    http://www.sapbrainsonline.com/TUTORIALS/TECHNICAL/user_exits_tutorial.html

    http://www.sap-img.com/abap/a-short-tutorial-on-user-exits.htm

    Screen Exit is nothing but enhancing the screen like creating some more fields, subscreen and so on.

    1. Go to the screen >System >Status-->Program (Double

    click this program. It will take you to the program.

    2. Now, Goto-->Object Directory Entry.

    3. Make a note the package name.

    4. Now run the transactions SMOD, press F4 and enter the

    above noted package, press enter.

    5. It will display list of Exits.

    6. Now go back to the initial screen SMOD.

    7. Specify the exit name here and select the radio button

    Components.

    8. It will display four group boxes one for FM, second

    for Fcodes, thrid for Screen areas and last for

    includes.

    9. Goto transaction CMOD, create a new project, and

    click the button "Enhancement assignments" and

    specify your enhancements that you got in SMOD.

    10. Now bouble clikc the enhancement, it will take you to editor with some includes starting with Z, double clikc the include you want to edit and proceed.

    For information on Exits, check these links

    http://www.sap-img.com/abap/a-short-tutorial-on-user-exits.htm

    http://www.sapgenie.com/abap/code/abap26.htm

    http://www.sap-img.com/abap/what-is-user-exits.htm

    http://wiki.ittoolbox.com/index.php/HOWTO:Implement_a_screen_exit_to_a_standard_SAP_transaction

    http://www.easymarketplace.de/userexit.php

    http://www.sap-img.com/abap/a-short-tutorial-on-user-exits.htm

    http://www.sappoint.com/abap/userexit.pdfUser-Exit

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 06:31 AM

    Hi,

    Check this exits.

    CNFPP01 PP order conf.: Determine customer specific default values

    CONFPP02 PP order conf.: Customer specific input checks 1

    CONFPP03 PP order conf.: Cust. specific check after op. selection

    CONFPP04 PP order conf.: Customer specific input checks 2

    CONFPP05 PP order conf.: Customer specific enhancements when saving

    CONFPP06 PP Order Confirmations: Actual Data Transfer

    CONFPP07 Single Screen Entry: Inclusion of User-Defined Subscreens

    CONFPS01 PS confirmation: Determine customer specific default values

    CONFPS02 PS confirmation: Customer specific input checks 1

    CONFPS03 PS confirmation: Customer specific check after op. selection

    CONFPS04 PS confirmation: Customer specific input checks 2

    CONFPS05 PS confirmation: Customer specific enhancements when saving

    CONF0001 Enhancements in order confirmation

    CONFPI01 Process order conf.: Calculate cust.specific default values

    CONFPI02 Process order confirmation: Customer spec. input checks 1

    CONFPI03 Process order conf.: Cust. spec. check after op. selection

    CONFPI04 Process order conf.: Customer specific input checks 2

    CONFPI05 Process order conf.: Cust. spec. enhancements when saving

    CONFPI06 Process order confirmation: Actual data transfer

    CONFPM01 PM/SM order conf.: Determine cust. specific default values

    CONFPM02 PM/SM order confirmation: Customer specific input checks 1

    CONFPM03 PM/SM order conf.: Cust. spec. check after op. selection

    CONFPM04 PM/SM order conf.: Customer specific input check 2

    CONFPM05 PM/SM order conf.: Cust. specific enhancements when saving

    Regards,

    Maha

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 12:36 PM

    Dear All ,

    The above mentioned solutions are already performed . I will Request all of you to please give a specific screen exit name for tcode CO15 .

    Thanks & Best Regards

    Gaurav

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 12:38 PM

    Gaurav,

    Follow this process

    1. Go to the screen>System>Status-->Program (Double

    click this program. It will take you to the program.

    2. Now, Goto-->Object Directory Entry.

    3. Make a note the package name.

    4. Now run the transactions SMOD, press F4 and enter the

    above noted package, press enter.

    5. It will display list of Exits.

    6. Now go back to the initial screen SMOD.

    7. Specify the exit name here and select the radio button

    Components.

    8. It will display four group boxes one for FM, second

    for Fcodes, thrid for Screen areas and last for

    includes.

    9. Goto transaction CMOD, create a new project, and

    click the button "Enhancement assignments" and

    specify your enhancements that you got in SMOD.

    10. Now bouble clikc the enhancement, it will take you to editor with some includes starting with Z, double clikc the include you want to edit and proceed.

    Regards,

    Satish

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