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MB1C User Exit

Hello all,

I need to find a user exit when creating other goods receipts the program is SAPMM07M but I could not find the exit in CMOD transaction..

can anybody tell me if there is an exit using MB1C I have to send the goods receipts created to another system.

thank you in advance.

Miguel.

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  • Posted on Dec 07, 2004 at 07:57 AM

    Hello Miguel,

    All user-exit function modules for SAPMM07M have name of the form EXIT_SAPMM07M_nnn, where nnn is an exit number. So, in transaction SMOD you can find enhancement via search help: at the search help window just click on the button with green plus and you'll see additional search fields, including component name. Fill component name field with mask SAPMM07M and you'll receive a list of six enhancements: MBCF0002, MBCF0006, MBCF0009, MBCFC003, MBCFC004, MBCFC010. One of it should definetely go.

    Hope this helps.

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2004 at 07:14 AM

    Hi There are 8 user exits are available for MB1C transaction.

    Exit Name Description

    MBCF0002 Customer function exit: Segment text in material doc. item

    MBCF0005 Material document item for goods receipt/issue slip

    MBCF0006 Customer function for WBS element

    MBCF0007 Customer function exit: Updating a reservation

    MBCF0009 Filling the storage location field

    MBCF0010 Customer exit: Create reservation BAPI_RESERVATION_CREATE1

    MBCF0011 Read from RESB and RKPF for print list in MB26

    MB_CF001 Customer Function Exit in the Case of Updating a Mat. Doc.

    Pl check these.

    Regards

    Elini.P

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