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Set KB Date for Catalog CTO page

HI Friends,

I want to change the KB Date while clicking configure link for a CTO product in catalog.

I found a badi crm_config_badi- set_kb_date, but this badi triggers for crmd_order and cto from basket.

This doenst trigger when browsing catalog.

could you tell me how to pass the new KB_date for the CTO in catalog?

The reason for me to change the Kb date is based on that date it will pick the version which is valid on this date and my char values gets changed dependending on the version, so i want to hcange it.

Please give me some inputs on this,

thanks alot

RD

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 07:27 PM

    When you said date what is the business meaning of that date? Is it order date or delivery date or any date in the sales or production process? Though it may be technically feasible to do what you are interested in by calling some function module that trigger the BAdI, I am not sure what will the business case if your customer multiple items with different dates.

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      Hi Easwar,

      Kudos to you for explaining me with a nice example what you have understood .

      But for our case, there are certain specific customers when they get into isa, there is a custom table which has got the pricing/KB dates associated to specific regions group of customers.

      So it has their respecitive dates and that date will be kept until he logs out.

      So either in catalog/cart or in any other page, the pricing/kb dates has to taken from this custom table and pricing/kb versions has to be dtermined based on this date.

      So we have KB's which can be valid in future or sometimes in past.

      i am able to do it in cart, but not in catalog.

      tons of thanks for u

      RD

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