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Custom fields for transactions CV01/2/3.

Hello all,

I've only done maintenance work on enhancements, and I'm not sure what needs to be done to implement a new one. I need add several fields from a custom ZTable to the Document transactions listen in the subject.

I've found from searches that BADI DOCUMENT_MAIN02 and Enhancement CV110001 can be used, but I'm not sure how they tie together and where to go after that. Can anyone help me out with a list of tasks that needs to be completed?

1. Does there need to be configuration done in the IMG to enable it?

2. Do I need to create a subscreen or does activating the BADI do that? What screen and program would that be?

3. If anyone can provide a list of steps, I should be able to figure out the details of each.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. !

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2011 at 12:03 PM

    Hi,

    I created a project in CMOD and used CV110001 to add a new tab in CV01N , CV02N and CV03N.

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    CV110001 has screen exit (screen 0100) that you can add you fields in this screen .

    for example you can add zfields to DRAW table and add them into screen .

    sample code :

    EXIT_SAPLCV110_001 :

    double click on INCLUDE ZXCV110U01 line and create new inculde file :

    pfx_tab1 = Text-001 ."Text-001 : text symbole - title for new tab

    EXIT_SAPLCV110_002

    double click on INCLUDE ZXCV110U02 . line and create new inculde file :

    MOVE-CORRESPONDING Ps_DRAW to draw .

    EXIT_SAPLCV110_003

    double click on INCLUDE ZXCV110U03 line and create new inculde file :

    MOVE-CORRESPONDING draw to PSX_DRAW .

    Know activate project and all inculdes .

    no need to do any other customizing .

    regards,

    REZA ROSTAMI / MAPNA Technical team

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