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Custom field in Edit mode in Sourcing

Hi,

We are using Classic scenario. I have to add one custom field in Sourcing. So, I have added the field in Shopping cart. Now the custom field is displaying in surcing cockpit. But we have few PRs which has created through RFC users from ECC. When I am creating sourcing, the PRs which are created in ECC are in Display mode only. But I need my custom field in edit mode to add values in that field. So, Is there any BAdI is there to change the mode of sourcing from Display mode to Edit? It's urgent. If anybody came accross such issue, please let me know.

Thanks and Regards,

Nowsath

Edited by: Nowsath RM on Mar 31, 2008 2:30 AM

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2008 at 08:29 AM

    HI,

    Try to implimnt BBP_UI_CONTROL_BADI badi .

    For detail information of this BADI check the documentation .

    Regards

    Kalandi

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      Thanks. But in BBP_CUF_BADI_2, IV_mode field is there in methods MODIFY_INPUT, MODIFY_OUTPUT and MODIFY_MODE_QUOT. Out of which in methods MODIFY_INPUT and MODIFY_OUTPUT, the iv_mode field is import parameter not export parameter. So, you cant change the mode over there. Also in method MODIFY_MODE_QUOT, the iv_mode is as changing parameter. But this method will not trigger when ur creating sourcing. Please correct me if I am wrong...

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