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Sales Order Conditions before saving

Hello everyone,

We are going to develop some web pages (in .NET) that will create Sales Orders online. For this, we are going to use RFC's mapped on a Web Services server.

With this set, we need to develop some RFC's to gather information that is presented by the transaction VA01. One of these informations is the Item Conditions and Header Conditions. The Header conditions is generated from the Item Conditions, but the last is being a trouble to get.

How can I get the Item Conditions for a Sales Order without saving it first (dropping the possibility to select from KONV)?

Thank you all in advance.

-h

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    May 20, 2009 at 06:38 PM

    you can check some user exit or a enhancement point or a BADI where you can export the Xkonv or some table to memory and import it where you needed... search SCN for import and export to memory concept.

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    • Former Member Raj S

      Hello J@Y.

      Sorry, but I don't think that I get it...

      I would need these calculated rows (the ones that are shown on the transaction in blue, that don't have a condition assigned) to show on the web. I think there's no KSCHL for these rows...

      Thanks! 😊

      -h

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    May 21, 2009 at 07:03 PM

    People, thanks for the answers. I did some digging on the exits of this transaction (Like J@Y suggested) and found an exit where I can retrieve the internal table xkomv, but, when I run the transaction this internal table has the values in blue I need (with the ones from KONV), but from the exit, these rows aren't there...

    I used the exit MV45AFZZ on the forms USEREXIT_PRICING_PREPARE_TKOMK and USEREXIT_PRICING_PREPARE_TKOMP.

    Thank you!

    -h

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    Sep 24, 2009 at 07:07 PM

    It was the XKOMV table indeed, there were a point in the exit that we could retrieve the blue items.

    Thanks for everyone!

    -hermano

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