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User Exit For Printing in FB50


I would like to have a user exit for FB50, the user exit must be late in the process when the doument has been determined to be successful.

I would then like to trigger some printing based on the data entered.

Thanks in advance 😉

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 08:43 AM

    Hi Louis

    These ara exits i found for ut Tcode FB50.

    F050S001 FIDCMT, FIDCC1, FIDCC2: Edit user-defined IDoc segment

    F050S002 FIDCC1: Change IDoc/do not send

    F050S003 FIDCC2: Change IDoc/do not send

    F050S004 FIDCMT, FIDCC1, FIDCC2: Change outbound IDoc/do not send

    F050S005 FIDCMT, FIDCC1, FIDCC2 Inbound IDoc: Change FI document

    F050S006 FI Outgoing IDoc: Reset Clearing in FI Document

    F050S007 FIDCCH Outbound: Influence on IDoc for Document Change

    F180A001 Balance Sheet Adjustment

    FARC0002 Additional Checks for Archiving MM Vendor Master Data

    RFAVIS01 Customer Exit for Changing Payment Advice Segment Text

    RFEPOS00 Line item display: Checking of selection conditions

    RFKORIEX Automatic correspondence

    SAPLF051 Workflow for FI (pre-capture, release for payment).

    i cant keep the break-point in these exits ,

    u keep the break-point in all FM's and run the tcode it will trigger ,then u can find the where it is triggering ,then delete all the grk-points.

    like this we check the exits.

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