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User Exit PO - ME21N/ME22N - Foreign Trade Item

Hi,

I need to change some values in the PO Item (Foreign Trade Item) -> Import tab -> declaration--> Import/Export

The way to do it is via user exit. I need to set Dispatch country (EIPO-SEGAL) = Import /Export).

I found the SAP Enhancement : V50EPROP which has 6 user exits. I tried

EXIT_SAPLV50E_004 but this is only called upon PO creation. Although I put the above logic in EXIT_SAPLV50E_004, it gets cleared off somewhere.

For change mode/create mode, it will hit EXIT_SAPLV50E_005 and EXIT_SAPLV50E_006. But I couldnt change any of the EIPO values.

Has anyone done this before?

Please advice.

Sandeep

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    Posted on Mar 09, 2011 at 05:20 PM

    Hi,

    See Note 118573 - User exits foreign trade data in SD and MM documents and related notes.

    Other enhancement is FTGOVSEL (see Note 303984 - Correct use of EXIT_SAPLV50G_001 and EXIT_SAPLV50G_002). I think that you need this last enhancemt.

    Regards

    Eduardo

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    • Hello Sandip,

      I had a same kind of requirement in which i have to update the field "Preference code" from a custom "Z" table through an exit. The exit "XIT_SAPLV50E_004" works fine for Creation mode (me21n). But during change mode it's not getting into the code defined in the include of the component.(it's not triggered.)

      I checked the exits suggested by Hinojosa but the first one "EXIT_SAPLV50G_001" doesn't have PO and line item as import criteria and hence that can't be used.

      While checking the second exit "XIT_SAPLV50G_002" , I found that it doesn't have export parameter as EIPO table. Which can be used to overwrite the value of Preference code (EIPO-PREFPACOD).

      So if your issue has been resolved, could you please suggest how to proceed?

      Regards,

      Sushanta

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