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Want to update one field in MIRO

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During the MIRO transaction, I want to update "Assignment" field in "Detail" Tab according to purchase document number.

I have to fetch data from Z table using Purchasing document number and update it in Assignment field when user post the document in MIRO.

Please help me how to do this as i am very new to this moodule.

Thanks

Sameer Dhuke

Edited by: sameer dhuke on Feb 11, 2010 10:12 AM

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    Posted on Feb 11, 2010 at 05:43 AM

    You can use the business add-in (INVOICE_UPDATE) to further process the following functions or, if necessary, forbid them:

    Creating invoices (invoices, credit memos, subsequent debits, subsequent credits) in Logistics Invoice Verification

    Parking documents in Logistics Invoice Verification, and making changes to these documents, for example, deleting them

    Standard settings

    The business add-in is not active in the standard system.

    Activities

    To activate the business add-in, you must create an active implementation. Please note that the business add-in can be used more than once, consequently the system calls and runs through all active implementations.

    Further notes

    You should note that no system messages can be send in the methods. One exception here is the method CHANGE_AT_SAVE. Within this method, a system message can be issued if the exception ERROR_WITH_MESSAGE is triggered.

    Do not enter the statement Commit-Work, since this leads to data inconsistencies in the database.

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  • Posted on Feb 11, 2010 at 07:10 AM

    Hi Experts,

    Please reply my query.

    Thanks in advance

    Sameer

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