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KOMK-FKWRT -----> where is the value for Net Value in Document Currency

hi ,

in standard medruck script , there is

KOMK-FKWRT ---> Net Value in Document Currency

But this "komk" seems to be structure.

i need to fetch this total net value from which table ?

can anybody tell me.......about from which table i should pick fkwrt value.

thanks in advance,


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    Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 01:56 PM

    Hi Krishna,

    KOMK-FKWRT is a strucutre field. See what happens, when SAP creates a standard script for a transaction, it parallely fills up the transactional data into database tables as well as into structure-fields so that it can be used for output purpose (E.g. To send IDOC or print forms).

    Same is the case here.

    What u can do is just run ur form in debugging mode (Path is Utilities--> Activate Debugger) and check the value of KOMK-FKWRT in respective window. If it is getting populated, pick the same otherwise, check in the item table ( Hopefully EKPO) for net value in doc. currency field and by passing EBELN and EBELP 9i.e. purchasing Doc no and Item no.) , fetch the required field.

    But to do the modifications, u need to create the Z-copy of standard script.

    Hope it helps you.

    Let me know if u face some issue.



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