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vbfa: Document Flow

Hi forum,

I have created an order. with two line items with reference to another standard order.

The problem is i am not seeing this order entry in VBFA table.

what to do sao that my order entry is shown in VBFA table?

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Thanks Lovleen

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2008 at 04:58 PM

    Hai,

    Search by preceding documents:

    Here VBFA-VBELV s are Sales Doc numbers

    where VBTYP_V = 'C' .

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2008 at 05:06 PM

    How did you create the sales order? Thru BAPI?

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      Lovleen,

      I should clarify as well that you need to update Change table as well for these 2 fields.

      BAPISDITMX-REF_DOC = 'X'.

      BAPISDITMX-REF_DOC_IT = 'X'.

      BAPISDITMX-REF_DOC_CA = 'X'.

      This is a requirement of the BAPI itself.

      Don't forget points for helpful answers.

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2008 at 06:49 PM

    have you checked the order number in VBAK Table..?

    if it exist, then look at the VGBEL field in vbak.

    is this holds your reference document number..?

    Then read this entry and supply values to VBFA Table.

    vbfa-vbelv = vbak-vgbel

    vbfa-vbeln = vbak-vbeln

    Thanks,

    Sara

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    • Former Member

      NO!!!

      Sara,

      You do not EVER want to perform direct table updates to SAP supplied tables like this!!!

      You must update these tables thru standard SAP supplied objects.

      If you have any direct updates in your current system, make it your organization's HIGHEST priority to replace these direct updates!!

      SAP Support will not stand behind their product when you are making changes like this... it can break the refertial integrity of the SAP database - thus damaging your company's business.

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