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unable to find field which i added to FB03

HI Experts,

My requirement is to add field Amount and document line items field for particular document which i usually get by double clicking of document number in FB03

Is it possibel to add field Amount,. document line items which should be available when i clicked change layout button

I try to add field by following the below procedure

"" Enhancing Selection Views in the dynamic selection of FB03, FBL3n, FBL5n and etc

Related OSS Note: 188663 and 832997

Requirement: The business requires the Doc. Header Text be added in the dynamic selection in FB03


Execute Transaction code SE36. Click F4. Enter the table name wherein you think the field could be found. In this case the table is BKPF and the logical database is BRF

From the initial screen of SE36, Choose from the path EXTRAS>> Selection Views

Copy Selection View "SAP" to "CUS"

Change the selection views "CUS"

In the right corner, double click your table BKPF.

In the right corner, check whether what functional groups does your field belong. If it is 01 then input it beside your field name.

Then Save it afterwards.""

By following the above procedure i selected table BSEG and Logical data base BRF .I created function group 02 called document segment and mentioned 02 before requiredfield names and selected check box after field names and clicked save.When i clicked Display contents i found the entries which i made but i closed and reopen it i didnt found any changes.

Please let me know where i went wrong.Anything is Appreciable.



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    Posted on Dec 15, 2010 at 07:14 AM

    Hi ,

    I can now able to see the fields that i added to BRF logical data base in se36 but how this enhancement is related to FB03 tcode



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