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Field Exit or Parameter issue

Hi friends,

Im working on Field exit object for MIGO.B4 activating this i've faced some parameter issue and that also has been solved by my Basis consultant.(They set the parameter to "Yes" and restarted the server too.)

Now, i've activated the Field exit data element and inside the FM, i've declared some coding part....the problem is, its not working out fine as what i required exactly.

I want to know either the issue is on still basis consultat side or my program coding part.


they set the User-defined default status is Yes and still the system default status is "No".(is it the problem???)


data: matnr type matnr.

get PARAMETER ID 'MAT' field matnr.

****The logic is read the PO data from the memory ID concept and compare

with the current MIGO quantity.

Pls advise.

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    Posted on Dec 28, 2007 at 05:06 PM

    Have you activated the field exit.

    Go to SE 38 - give the program name as RSMODPRF and Execute.

    Then Data Element screen appears. Execute that screen (DO NOT give any Data Element Name here).

    Then it will show you the Data element name for which you have created the field exit. Then select that Data Element and then menu FIELD EXIT -> ACTIVATE.

    Also click on Assign Prog/Screen button and assign the Program name and screen number for which you are going to use otherwise it will impact on all the screens.

    In your coding I could not see and output...You need to give the OUTPUT = < some value> or based on the parameter values you are getting, give your own logic to define that value and assign it to the OUTPUT parameter value. Then you can see the output value.

    Hope it helps.

    Reward if it is useful.



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