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Add fields to O7S1

Hello to you all,

Does anyone know how do I customize and add fields to Tcode: O7S1, (later on this customization is used within Tcode: OBVU), beside what is offered by the standard?

I would like to sort checks print out of Tcode F110 by header text field BKTXT, other fields are fine as well, but how do I add them?



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    Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 04:08 PM

    You can maintain sort variants in table T021M directly through transaction SE11.

    But field BKTXT is not defined in the list of fields allowed. The fields that can be included in a sort variant are listed, according to application, in the following structures of the Data Dictionary:

    Line item (EPOS): RFPOS and the special fields in table T021S

    Credit overview: KNKK and individual fields from RF035

    Correspondence/internal documents (KORB): RF140U

    Correspondence (KORK): RF140V

    Correspondence/line item: RF140W

    Dunning notice/dunning line item (MHND): MHND

    Dunning notice/dunning notice header (MHNK): MHNK

    Payment medium/correspondence (REGUH): REGUH and REGUSRT

    Payment medium/line item (REGUP): REGUP



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