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COPA user exit for Characterstic value derivation

Dear experts,

I want to flow two fields(vendor batch no. and bill of landing) in COPA

These two fields are part of my MM module but at the time of PGI ,SD consultant will create two customized fields in PGI and same willbe part of my PGI also.

and my client want to see profitability at vendor batch no. and bill of landing.so i will create two characteristics.nee to fetch characterstics value from PGI.

Need to write logic through user exit

I have some doubt for user exit

1) Which copa user exit i will use? and where i will set this user exit?.

2)what will be the logic for the same?.

If you guide me step by step for above requirements.Your response will be highly appreciated.

regards

RR

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    Posted on May 27, 2011 at 09:40 AM

    Hi

    Use exit COPA0005...

    This exit will provide you the Sales Order No to which this billing belongs...

    Using this sales order No, ask your ABAP consultant to read the PGI document associated with the sales order and fetch the fields Batch No / BoL information

    After fetching the values, use MODIFY command and modify the WWXXX Chars that you would have created

    br, Ajay M

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    Posted on May 25, 2011 at 09:56 PM
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    Posted on May 25, 2011 at 05:30 PM

    You might be able to directly read the info in tcodes KEDE/KEDR.

    Alternatively you can use user exit COPA0001, which is called from the COPA derivation config as above. See the help in the user exit for further details.

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