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Customer Field Value

Hi, Gurus!

I'm working with SRM and faced with the following problem:

1. I've created a new customer field for Business Partner via Easy Enchancement Workbench. This field was automatically added into standard BP table BUT000.

2. I've created a new customer field for Product via Settype and Settype Attributes.

Now my problem:

I need PROGRAMMATICALLY find the values of created customer fields.

My questions:

for Business Partner

1. Are there any signs, which show that current field is a customer one? In other words how can i understand, is the current field in BUT000 a customer or a standard one?

2. Are there standard FMs, which return a value of customer field?

for Product

1. Are there standard FMs, which return a value of customer field?

Thanks in advance!

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    Posted on Mar 21, 2008 at 10:40 AM

    Hi Yury,

    Usually we follow the naming of the fields using the allowed "Z" or "Y". As a standard procedure we use "ZZ" as first two characters for all the customer fields. This ensures that those fields are protected against upgrade and also easily identifiable.

    Best Regards

    Kathirvel

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    Posted on Mar 24, 2008 at 10:06 AM

    Hi,

    You can read the values for customer fields for Business partner directly from table BUT000. If it is a table like customer field, it would have generated a custom table.

    TO read custom set types you can use the standard function module COM_PRODUCT_GETDETAIL_API. Also for custom set types standard will generate function modules autmatically in the function group ZOM_<<SET_TYPE>>. These function modules can also be used.

    Rgds,

    Prasanna

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