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IW41 and IW44 validation

Hi people! I need some help.

I'll need check the field PERNR and begin date AFRU-ISDD, hour AFRU-ISDZ and end date AFRU-IEDD, end hour AFRU-IEDZ. The idea is make a validation, to prevent user to save a new register period and pernr in a ordem that already had it.

This program is already using a field exit in field PERNR. I thinking to do this new validate in the same, but i don't know how I can get the values of Begin Date, hour and End Date, Hour...how i can get this?

Thanks a lot!!

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    Posted on Oct 21, 2008 at 10:01 AM

    Thanks...I'll try this insted using field exit...I'll let field exit only to do the validation of PERNR and Work Center.

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  • Posted on Oct 21, 2008 at 05:06 AM

    try with therse Exit once if these serve your purpose.

    CONFPP02                                PP order conf.: Customer specific input checks 1           
     CONFPP03                                PP order conf.: Cust. specific check after op. selection   
     CONFPP04                                PP order conf.: Customer specific input checks 2           
     CONFPP05                                PP order conf.: Customer specific enhancements when saving

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  • Posted on Oct 21, 2008 at 05:37 PM

    Thanks for help. I'll use CONFPM05, because it's on save moment.

    I having a problem...I need in this exit check PERNR and WorkCenter, if it don't validated, I need to freeze the screen, but let the field pernr open for user correct his entry. How I can do this?

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