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purchase order not displaying properly using me9f.

I have copied ME9F to 'ZME9F'. Now I want to display the PO using this tcode. But when I view the PO using this tcode , the vendor address is getting printed at the item level instead at the top of the page (header address).

Along with creation of ZME9F, I have also copied standard RM06ENDR_ALV to ZRM06ENDR_ALV. I have made minor changes to ZRM06ENDR_ALV. This program and tcode was working absolutely fine since many months but suddenly it started giving these problems. I guess some of my colleague might have change the porgram (not only ZRM06ENDR_ALV but it could be any other program also). Now I am not able to find the problem, please help me ! Let me know if you require any other details. Thanks.

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 05:40 AM

    Hi Reshmi,

    Check if any printer or the page format has changed.



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      Yes i debugged the problem, and found that

      1> in case of ME23N AND ZME9F, the NAST structure is little bit different .

      If I run ZME9F, then the fields DATVR, UHRVR, CMFPNR are coming as all 0's.

      But If I run ME23N then are proper values in these fields.

      2> Also pekko-werks and pekko-adrnr are coming as blank in case of ZME9F. However in case of ME23N these fields show proper values. (in program LMEDRUCKF1N).

      Actually the condition is like this:

      If (pekko-werks and pekko-adrnr ) = blank

      then display vendor address at the item level


      display vendor address at the header level.

      Since pekko-werks and pekko-adrnr are blank , the vendor address in my PO is getting displayed at the item level (which is incorrect). i dont under stand why the nast values are diff. in case of ZME9F and ME23N?

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