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transaction code problem

Hi,

In MAM order in JHA1N we create order and in the same screen if from menu sales document if i take "display"

system is not changing to JHA3N. If we want the functionality then we need to come out of the screen and again take JHA3N for display.

Seems like correction is required in the standard code.

Please guide me if any notes are there for the same.

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SAP_APPL

package : SAPKH47020

regards

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 24, 2008 at 12:13 PM

    Dear,

    As per my opinion, When you create some document like sales order then it is not possible to go in display mode because document not create now.

    After document generated then you go in change mode and go directly in display mode.

    If you want to change in standard code then contact your ABAP developer....

    Regards,

    Sandip

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      i feel the error is not clear from my side.

      We use JHA1N to create a MAM order once i create it will show sales documentxxxxxxxis saved.then immediately.without going out from the screen we will take the change / display from the top menu sales document.

      If i take that obviously another screen with chnage order field appears and we will feed the sales document

      but when we check in the bottom the transaction code is still "JHA1N" byt actually JHA2N should appear.

      regards

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 16, 2009 at 04:06 AM

    The following as been rectified by creating a screen variant and a transaction variant and made the change mode option display in T.code: SHD0

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