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Has somebody can tell me how to find the user_exit ?

Hi experts,

I am using MIRO to auto posting the specific account, but now i don't need the "subsequence debit" posting the differences to this account. Hence, i want to add some abap code to control it.

Has someone can tell me which user_exit i can use ?

Thank !

ZZ

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    Posted on Dec 24, 2007 at 08:31 AM

    Hi

    goto se24

    type CL_EXITHANDLER click display

    double click get_instance method

    place a break point at

    CALL METHOD cl_exithandler=>get_class_name_by_interface

    run any tcode if any exit is available for the tcode control will stop at the FM

    and parameter exit_name will have the exit name

    find the exit whichever suits ur req and use.

    tc

    saji

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    Posted on Dec 24, 2007 at 07:51 AM

    Hi Carlos

    These are some user exits. Please check some of the exits

    LMR1M001 User exits in Logistics Invoice Verification

    LMR1M002 Account grouping for GR/IR account maintenance

    LMR1M003 Number assignment in Logistics Invoice Verification

    LMR1M004 Logistics Invoice Verification: item text for follow-on

    LMR1M005 Logistics Inv. Verification: Release Parked Doc. for Po

    LMR1M006 Logistics Invoice Verification: Process XML Invoice

    MRMH0001 Logistics Invoice Verification: ERS procedure

    MRMH0002 Logistics Invoice Verification: EDI inbound

    MRMH0003 Logistics Invoice Verification: Revaluation/RAP

    MRMN0001 Message output and creation: Logistics Invoice Verifica

    ~ Ranganath

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