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User exit name to validate the Trasactiopn type at t.code ABAON

Hi,

we need to validate the Posting date and Transaction type at transaction code ABAON (Enter Asset transactions).

Please help me which user exit can we use to validate this?

For T.code ABAON i checked the packeage name as 'AA'

based on the package, we found the below User exit names. Which can i use out of the below.

AAPM0001 Integration of asset accounting and plant maintenance

AFAR0003 External changeover method

AFAR0004 Determination of proportional values for retirement

AINT0004 Change amount posted for certain areas

AINT0005 Dummy for extended syntax check. Do not use.

AISA0001 Assign Inventory Number

AIST0001 Exchange number range in master data maintenance

AIST0002 Customer fields in asset master

AMSP0002 Determine relationship type for two company codes

TRAN0001 User exit for asset transfer

Please help us .

Thanks in advance,

Satya.

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2010 at 10:55 AM

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2010 at 10:56 AM

    Hi Satyanarayana,

    Why dont you try with Validations & Substitutions using GGB0.

    For more information on Validation & Sustitutions follow below link:

    Regards

    Abhii

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  • Posted on Oct 07, 2010 at 01:34 PM

    Hi,

    Check enhancement AMAV0001.

    REgards,

    Eduardo

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