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how to find out the conversion exit format for VBRP-VRKME

Hi Gurus,

I am writing a report to fetch delivery details based on storage location'123'. My requirement is tat i shud convert the Billed Quantity unit TO Base unit of measure. In my VBRP table the field value/contents of VBRP-VRKME have values PAK for PAC( packets) and KAR for CAR(carton). When i click on User-specific Settings - - Check the filed CHEECK CONVERSION EXITS , i am able to get see the PAC and CAR respectively.

But unfortunately when i selecting te fields form vbrp in my internal table i am getting the values 'PAK' for PAC and 'KAR' for CAR'. AS i am writing a report can any one suggest me how to convert this , as i wud b making use of FM MD_CONVERT_MATERIAL_UNIT to convert to base unit of measure, n this FM is not accepting the values like PAK and CAK.

Your Sugesstions are of utmost importance for me.

Thanking you,

ZIa

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 12:13 PM

    check these.

    CONVERSION_EXIT_CUNIT_INPUT

    CONVERSION_EXIT_CUNIT_OUTPUT.

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 12:17 PM

    You can go to the domain level of the field and check if there is any conversion routine being used.

    For your particular field use CONVERSION_EXIT_CUNIT_INPUT

    CONVERSION_EXIT_CUNIT_OUTPUT to convert from one format to another.

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 12:19 PM

    Hi,

    Conversion routines are maintained at Domain Level(Definition Tab), Meins is the domain for VRKME data element.

    You have to use the following routines,

    CONVERSION_EXIT_CUNIT_INPUT

    CONVERSION_EXIT_CUNIT_OUTPUT

    Regards

    Srini

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