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Delivery Item

<b>In the following code what is the difference between

XLIKP and YLIKP.How to use these two.</b>

form userexit_save_document_prepare.

case xlips-pstyv.

when 'TAX' or 'REX'.

Accept this two Delivery item category

when 'REN'.

if xlips-lgort = space.

Reject this Delivery item category

message e001.

endif.

when others.

if xlips-matnr space.

Check storage location not space

if xlips-lgort = space.

message e002.

endif.

Check delivery quantity not zero

if xlips-pikmg < 1.

message e003.

endif.

endif.

endcase.

endform.

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 12:53 PM

    there is no XLIKP or YLIKP

    there only XLIPS.

    i think the user has defined his internal table

    XLIPS TYPE STANDARD TABLE OF LIPS.

    LIPS is:: SD Document: Delivery Header Data

    REWARD points if helpful,

    kushagra.

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  • Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 01:13 PM

    Hi Sunil,

    XLIKP is structure whic is provided by sap in a standard program and i think that YLIKP is structure or an internal table that is created by the user.

    Almost all the structure which u need to use for user exits starts with X---- only.

    regards,

    ravi shankar reddy

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