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Hi,

in structure VBKRED there is a field called credit limit ... KLPRZ.

the same is used in transaction VKM1 "%used".

i need the significance of that field.

regards,

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    Posted on Mar 06, 2008 at 04:12 PM

    Hi,

    The field VBKRED-KLPRZ contains the percentage amount of a customer's credit limit that the customer has used up already. The structure is actually a node in the structure of logical database KMV, and the field (VBKRED-KLPRZ) is filled by the logical database program SAPDBKMV (see form credit_exposure). Transaction VKM1 corresponds to program RVKRED02, which actually submits RVKRED01. Program RVKRED01 uses logical database KMV (see its program attributes). Logical database KMV does the work of filling VBKRED-KLPRZ during transaction VKM1.

    Within the logical database program, the standard function module 'CREDIT_EXPOSURE' is used to get the value for VBKRED-KLPRZ for a given "Credit control area" and "Customer number". To see exactly how the KLPRZ percentage is calculated, look at the bottom of the code of function module 'CREDIT_EXPOSURE' (search for "percentage"). Basically, the percentage is calculated by dividing the sum of all open orders for that "customer/credit control area" by the "Customer's credit limit". The customer's credit limit is stored in KNKK-KLIMK.

    Best Regards,

    Jamie

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2009 at 10:08 PM

    thanks

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