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FI Validation at Call up point 3 with User Exit ZRGGBR000

Hi SAP Guru's,

We have a requirement where we want to restrict Manual bill booking (through FB60) only for specific GL Codes.

Due to limitation in OB28 validation (without exit), we have decided to use User Exit (ZRGGBR000) where we will be doing sum of all the Line items which are on restrict GL code (we maintained the same in Account group by KDH1 and getting stored in table SETLEAF).

We are using the exit at call up point 3 i.e. at Document completion level.

While writing desired code we are getting only Last line item which is getting stored in BSEG table, please us know the coding part of the same i.e. how we have to write a code so that exit can collect inputs of all line items for the document.

Thanks in Advance.

Regards,

Uday Suryawanshi

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  • Posted on Aug 05, 2008 at 12:22 PM

    Hi,

    Did you set a loop on a BSEG data?

    Regards,

    Eli

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    • Former Member Eli Klovski

      Thanks Eli,

      We have treid with the same, but we are not getting the desired results.

      In case you have any live scenario of similar or any other at callup point 3 and there requirement to consider more then one line data, please let us know the coding part of the same.

      Thanks in advance

      Regards

      Uday S.

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