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Implement 751044 - Credit check with requested instead of conf. qty

Hi, I want to implement note 751044 - Credit check with requested instead of conf. qty as my customer has the requirement to perform credit check based on order quantity and NOT confirm quantity. Has any one implemented this note already? I am fully confused as end of the day the structure S066 also need to be updated with order value. If some one already implemented, please let me know the abap code or approach on how to do it. This is bit urgent for me. Appreciate you help.

I have already checked in SCN and no detailed answer other than identifying the note number.

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  • Posted on Oct 22, 2018 at 09:08 AM
    I am fully confused as end of the day

    Not sure what made you confused. The said OSS note very clearly mentioned which user exit you can use. All you have to do is explain the logic to your ABAP team by sharing the related technical field names, so that, I feel, it is not a big challenge to your ABAP team to carry out the required code change. Once the code change is completed, you need to check the box User-1 in OVA8.

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    • Hi Lakshmipathi,,,Thanks for your response. This include just give the variable UCC1_RC to manipulate the return code and nothing on confirmed or ordered quantity. Also both the variable in this program are having value even though the confirm quantity is 0. How can we make sure the S066 gets updated based on value from order quantity and not from confirmed quantity.My requirement is I am setting a delivery block in sales order header with the setting to make confirmed quantity as 0. When this exit is called, by that time the quantity is still in fully confirmed state, hence no possibility to find a solution as XVBAP-KWMENG & XVBAP-KBMENG are having same value.

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