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How to use EXIT_SAPLFMFA_001

Dear Sir,

During MIRO posting we desire that Commitment Item should not be effected at all . We have been told that EXIT_SAPLFMFA_001 should be used so that MIRO posting are treated as Statistical .

We do not know , that what code need to be maintained in the Exit or how the Statistical Flag setting need to maintainted in the Exit .

We request you to kindly guide us about the steps and the code to be used please .

We will be highly oblized for the kind help pl .

With Thanks and Regards

Sonia Agarwal

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    Posted on May 26, 2011 at 01:08 PM

    Hi. Use enhancement SAPLFMFA, exit EXIT_SAPLFMFA_001

    In include ZXFMYU11 you need to maintain Export parameter c_stats. If it= X than statistical update.

    Eg.

    if sy-tcode eq 'MIRO'

    c_stats = 'X'.

    endif.

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  • Posted on May 26, 2011 at 02:35 PM

    Hi Sonia,

    I am wondering why you dont create a derivation rule in FMDERIVE to change the commitment item in MIRO to one that has statistical flag marked in transaction FMCIA? Let me know your comments about this possibility.

    Regarding the exit, please check notes:

    168157 - Statistical update in FM

    303252 - Updating credit memos only statistically

    641771 - PWOC: statistical - non-statistical

    Best Regards,

    Vanessa.

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