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Emaill address in the ship to first and then look for the sold to

Hi,

I have a requirement where-

The output should use Emaill address in the ship to first and look for the sold to if the record is not available in the ship to.

Can somebody help?

Regards,

Pankaj Jain

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    Mar 18, 2011 at 11:36 AM

    can somebody help??

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    Mar 21, 2011 at 02:56 AM

    If you are taling about the email address used in the output determination process, you can do the following.

    Set up the access sequence for the output with two steps:

    1. For the ship-to

    2. For the sold-to

    (you can use the same table - just set up the fields assignment differently on the two steps>

    On the 1st step, assign a requirement routine that checks for the email address on the partner. If it isn't there (i.e. on the ship-to), the access will be skipped - and the system will determine the output for the sold-to,

    You will need an ABAPer to create a requirement routine (VOFM).

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      Hi,

      The access sequence and the medium (i.e. fax vs print vs email) are not directly related.

      When you configure the condition, you can specify which mediums (media?) are allowed by adding the processing program. You can also tie partner types to specific mediums.

      The actual specification of the medium is on the condition record. The medium will often vary by partner. For example, one sold-to will want a printed copy, another will want a fax, another an email etc.