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Invoice document changes entered in SAP-1 will interface to SAP-2

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I have a GAP here ,Tried many hit and trial method but not geeing success ,Hoping I will get solution here

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Here we have two system ECC5 and ECC6,What ever posting we are doing in ECC5 we are replicating in ECC6 everything is working perfect through interface.

My issue is Suppose there is a payment terms Net due 30 days in ECC5 and same setting is there in ECC6 .But now if invoice get payed before means payment terms changed in ECC5 say Net due 15 days,so how we can notify ECC6 about this change automatically.

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2011 at 05:39 AM

    I guess a custom solution from ABAP could be done by tracking the changed documents, I suppose you can refer to the CDHDR + CDPOS tables to track by OBJECT CLASS = BELEG and OBJECT, example if there was a change of invoice documents posted , my guess is you would use the tcode FB02, then the object values would be clientnocompany nodocno+FYear as the the tracking key in CDHDR, as for the details of changes would be referred to CDPOS with the same object values as CDHDR and field is the payment terms field. My guess would be there would be a problem if there were multiple changes of the same doc and field then you would have to take latest changes which is by change doc no.

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