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a template of info to be defaulted in a text id in sales order

Hi Friends

My requirement is like this . I need to maintain a new text id in the Header text of the sale order. In this text id I need certian data to be defaulted and user would add additional info to this defaulted data.

For example when I click on this text id in VA01 . It should display default data like , Country : , State : Region : etct ( this is only an example ) against each particular I should be able add the necessary info .

Could someone tell me how we could do this ?

Regards

Mahesh.

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    Sep 04, 2008 at 04:38 PM

    Haven't done this in a while, but in VOTXN, each text ID has an access sequence assigned to it, for example in Sales Order Header, text 0001 has access 1.

    Access 1 consists of the sequence in which texts are copied into the order header, for example the standard is forst come from referenced document, then customer master etc...:

    10 VBBK Sales Header texts

    20 KNVV Customer texts, sales

    30 KNVV Customer texts, sales

    40 KNA1 Central customer texts

    You can define a custom Z1 access and use the text object TEXT and ID ST.

    10 TEXT SAPScript standard text ST (scroll over--->) Text Name (ex. Z_DEFAULT)

    You define the text Z_DEFAULT via SO10

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    • Former Member Former Member

      In the new access sequence you created, is the text entry the first and only access step? In other words, confirm you don't have VBBK as the first step b/c you might be pulling in from your Order.

      Also, confirm all the fields in the step in the access sequence. For example make sure there is no Requirement populated.

      Maybe you could list all the fields in your access seq steps.

      Also, be sure the access sequence is assigned to that text ID in the text procedure.