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How to deactivate credit card authorization for particular Order type

Nov 24, 2017 at 02:18 PM

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Hi,

when a sale order is created through idoc, credit card authorization is done as credit card details are provided in the idoc segment and also because of the configuration.

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Even though the credit card details are entered the credit card authorization need not be done when the sale order is created.

Tried to remove the checking group assignment against sale order type.But it throws error.

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Thanks in Advance.

Regards,

Madhu

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Veselina Peykova
Nov 24, 2017 at 03:17 PM
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I suppose that the system expects a checking group for credit cards if you are sending credit card info. :)

If I understood you correctly, you wish to trigger credit authorization from a report/list.

I do not claim to be an expert on this, but aren't you supposed to handle the situation via a VOFM routine for card authorization?

There is a good example in DVCAU002 - it is probably worth it to check it out.

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Hi,

I do not want the credit card authorization to be done even though the credit card details are entered.

It is because credit card authorization is done in web and the sale orders are posted through idoc in SAP. So we need not have to do credit card authorization once again in SAP.

Its the case for only specific sale order type.So i need to bypass this authorization for particular cases and not all.

Thanks,

Madhu

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As you already found out, the removal of the checking group results in error from sd_ccard_tvcaa_select.

I am not really sure how solid is the chosen approach (bypassing the check), I hope you have taken sufficient measures to prevent misuse.

I did not test this, but since VOFM routines cannot do the trick, it may be worthwhile looking into enhancing the authorization FM that you currently use.

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