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Join in document editing

Hi

I have a problem with document editing: i added 2 user defined fields to quotation document; both fields are linked to the same user defined table. I need to show field's descriptions in the print layout for quotation.

The problem is that only one description is taken and the second field shows the description of the first as if the join between quotation and user table is done only once.

How can i show the description of both fields even if the linked table is the same ?

Thanks, Serena

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Feb 22, 2005 at 09:19 AM

    How about using this simpliest way:

    copy your UDT with deferent name, link second UDF to 2nd UDT you've just created.

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    • Forget it, I was thinking about a user report.

      If it is true what you say, although last answer will work, I think you should report it to SAP becouse looks like a bug.

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      I think is easyer to make another join with the same table. A join statement for each description you need. I have used this several times and worked.

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      Regards,

      Ibai Peña

      Message was edited by: Ibai Peña

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