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Dear All,

Scenario:

In import PO you are well aware that CVD condition types are used...now against these condition types we can maintain Custom vendor code (directly in PO or can flow from any condition record)...now we have four custom vendor codes in our system...user wants that in header level in PO they will enter a certain data in a customized field...based on that entered data system will automatically determine the custom code against the custom condition types i.e. lets say if user enter A at that customized field then system will automatically determine the custom code for Kolkata against the custom condition types or if user enter B at that customized field then system will automatically determine the custom code for Mumbai against the custom condition types.

Questions:

1) Whether this can be solved functionally? (I doubt!!!)

2) Whether any Exit / BAdI present in the system to solve this scenario?What will be the logic?

Regards,

Indranil

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  • Posted on Sep 05, 2010 at 04:28 AM

    Hi,

    Since this import is involved with CIN , which pricing you are using is it condition based or formula based?

    Regards,

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  • Posted on Sep 06, 2010 at 05:14 AM

    Read SAP Note 582221 - FAQ: BAPIs for purchase orders For Q&A

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      The said note is related with BAPI....I want something related with Exit or BAdI....for new customize field i think can use exit MM06E005... through this i think i can create a new field and enter the custom vendor code but how to update the same vendor code against the CVD condition types???

      Also whether my issue can be solvable through BAPI?If yes then please let me know the same

      Regards,

      Indranil

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2010 at 08:52 AM

    Any help?

    Regards,

    Indranil

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 06:07 AM

    used BAdI to solve the issue

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  • Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 06:46 AM

    Hello.

    Scenario:

    In import PO you are well aware that CVD condition types are used...now against these condition types we can maintain Custom vendor code (directly in PO or can flow from any condition record)...now we have four custom vendor codes in our system...user wants that in header level in PO they will enter a certain data in a customized field...based on that entered data system will automatically determine the custom code against the custom condition types i.e. lets say if user enter A at that customized field then system will automatically determine the custom code for Kolkata against the custom condition types or if user enter B at that customized field then system will automatically determine the custom code for Mumbai against the custom condition types.

    Questions:

    1) Whether this can be solved functionally? (I doubt!!!)

    2) Whether any Exit / BAdI present in the system to solve this scenario?What will be the logic?

    Oppinion: What happen while Import Procurement system will default , takes the header vendor as the Customes vendor in Item condition details of PO.

    So better to write a routien for these customs related Condition type and write the logic like ex: Vendor 90001 and Customs vendor should be Mumbai Vendor say 12345 or if header Vendor is 90002 then Customs vendor should be Kolkota Vendor -67890 like this you should write a logic ,( change the logic as per your requirement), but solution is Rouiten.

    Regards

    Edit By: Mahesh Naik

    Date:08.10.2010

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