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Enhance LO Cockpit Application 17

I am working on LO Cockpit application 17. I want to enhance extract structure MCVGIH which is used for Order/operation. I wanted to know do I need to add new fields starting with 'Z' or I can use them as in table. For example, I want to add field LTXA1. Can I add this field directly in append structure or should I add it as ZZLTXA1. What should be the correct approach? If I add it as LTXA1 then it picks up value directly at runtime and I don't have to do coding in user exit. Is that true?

Any comment will be helpful.

Milind

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2005 at 08:40 AM

    Hi Milind,

    When you try to enhance extract structure MCVGIH you won't be able to introduce fields not starting with 'Z' or at least you would get a warning. The correct approach would be introducing fields starting with 'Z' as in this case you ensure that in future upgrades of R/3 you won't have any conflict.

    On the other hand, you probably will have to codify the exit in both cases, once I had the same situation with the same field names (in table and extract structure) and I was expecting not to codify but I had to. Maybe your case is different and you are lucky, just try it.

    Regards,

    Andreu

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      Hi Milind,

      with no doubt, you have to add your field in append with a ZZ* name (if not already available on LBWE maintenance) and then to code some logic in the specific user exit for transactional data (EXIT_SAPLRSAP_001) in order to fill your 'custom' field.

      I say 'custom' even if this field comes from a standard table because in the extraction module of your datasource there is no possibility to change the extraction logic and to say 'ok, now fill this added field from the x table'...you have to do this only in userexit before mentioned !

      Hope it helps (and please don't forget to assign some points by clickin'on the yellow star to the contributors that help you !!!)

      Bye,

      Roberto

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