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table for Invoice Item text description

Hi Experts,

when i check invoice item details by clicking the line items in Vf03 we are able to see item details in various tabs like item detail,item partner,conditions,for trade/customs,item texts,PO Data.

In "Item text " tab we will enter text in clip board but where that text will get stored because i have requirement to bring that item desription into report and there will be no F1 help for that desription.

Please suggest table name to look those item texts.

Thanks&Regards,

narasimha.

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    Posted on May 05, 2011 at 11:44 AM

    Hi,

    The value of the text you have maintained in the invoice will not be stored in any table but it can retrieved by using a function module.

    Goto the T.Code "SE37".

    Enter the FM Name as "READ_TEXT".

    Execute.

    Here Pass the value for "Text ID","Language","Name" as the "10 digit Billing document numebr followed by the item number" and text object.

    Execute.

    You can get the values from contents.

    Once you mainatin an entry for the text,an entry will be generated in the table STXH but it will not give you the exact value what you have maintained.

    To get the values for Text ID and Object Name,please follow the below procedure.

    Goto T.Code "VF03".

    Enter the Invoice number.Goto the text.Select the text and click on "Display log".

    Expand all the values to get the ID and object.

    Regards,

    Krishna.

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  • Posted on May 05, 2011 at 12:17 PM

    Hi Narasimha,

    Goto T.Code "VF03".

    Enter the Invoice no .Go to the .Select the text and click on display. You will get all the values to get the ID and object.

    http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/BOBJ/FunctionExampleREAD_TEXTABAPwrapper+function .Ask your technical guy to do .

    Regards,

    Madhu.

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