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Hi ,

We want to develop a Gross Profit percentage report. We

need to run 2 SD pricing routines. One of the fields in

this routine used for the calculation is WAVWR (Cost in

document currency).

This value is currently not stored in our system

(VBAP-WAVWR) when the SD pricing was initially done.I

would like to know if I use BAPI - BAPI_SALESORDER_SIMULATE, and

when the pricing is recalculated, does WAVWR get

populated?And if so how can I access it?Because the BAPI

does not seem to return this value in order for me to use

it in the 2 pricing routines that I need to use for my


Alternatively, instead of using this BAPI, does anyone else

know how can I get the value WAVWR?

Will really appreciate any help.


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  • Posted on Jul 08, 2004 at 10:27 AM

    Hi Valencia;

    I will recommend a solution using BAPI_SALESORDER_SIMULATE. This function has a MESSAGETABLE with a BAPIRET2 structure. You can fill it in MV45AFZB user exit. You should put "INCLUDE vbfsdata." into your source code first. Then, you can put the following lines into "USEREXIT_CHECK_VBAP" routine.

    PERFORM message_vbfs_aufbauen(sapfv451) USING space

    space space 'WAVWR' vbap-posnr vbap-wavwr vbap-waerk.

    Hope this will shed a light on your problem.

    Best regards;

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