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How to justify the customer specific infotypes?

Dear Consultants,

What should be the basis to justify to the client that their requriement will fulfilled only by developing a customer specific infotype?

I am expecting an expert opinion, please?

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  • Posted on May 25, 2009 at 12:21 PM

    See when SAP is not fullfilling the requirement of client with standard infotypes then you can tell them it cannot be done in SAP except they create customer specific infotypes.

    Afrasyab

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    Posted on May 25, 2009 at 12:27 PM

    Eg: If Client want to track Laptops and other assests provided with detailed information like, Laptop No., Model, Year of Manufacturing, Cost of Laptop, etc. given to employees.

    These details cannot be maintained in standard Infotypes. IF client wants, you can suggest to go for custom specific infotype and maintain the details.

    Hope this clears ur doubt.

    Regards

    ...Sadhu

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  • Posted on May 25, 2009 at 12:38 PM

    If Client Ask you to give passport details of family then either yo ucan enhance 0021 or can create new one.

    Afrasyab

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    • Former Member

      Dear Muhammed,

      For passport details y enhance 0021, you can use Personal ID's 0185 infotype by adding various subtypes.

      When one is not able to satisfy the client requirement by enhancing the standard Infotype or by using standard infotypes than convince the client for Custom nfotypes. But for this one must know all the existing Standard infotypes and their usage.

      Santoshi

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