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ECC - Purchase Order - several delivery addresses for one storage location

In our company there are often many storage locations belonging to one plant. And some of the storage locations have several delivery addresses (defined in customizing, visible in table TWLAD, stored in table ADRC, ADDR GROUP CA01).

We have a very old modification in place which results in showing a popup window for all delivery addresses to one storage location. The user can select one which is then stored in EKPO (>ADRN2, if nothing is changed manually).

As this modification is very old now and "behaves" sometimes very strangely, we would like to get rid of it... Nevertheless, the process hasn't changed. It is still necessary to select an address out of a several existing addresse belonging to a storage location.

Looking up the addressnumber and typing it in the address number field is no option - too complicated.

Does someone know a solution / another way besides a modification (I found nothing adequate in the notes or KBAs)?

Thank you in advance.

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  • Posted on Aug 21, 2018 at 06:39 AM

    Sorry but the user exit or BADI cannot be used for enabling multiple addresses for a single storage location. In this case, the modification could be the only option.

    Best regards,


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  • Posted on Aug 21, 2018 at 07:40 AM

    Hello Andrea,

    In standard scenario system always picked up the first address from storage location data, if you have not done with any enhancement, as of now you already working on some old enhancement whether you should remove the development and should try to enter the delivery address manually while creating PO, or go for enhancement!


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