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WBS BOM instead of sales order

Hi Experts,

I have a report where sales order and sales item based find the output as division, div name , customer , bill is avaolable or not . And also use selection screen use vbeln and posnr.

Now scanario changed ....

we use WBS number and rest of the thing is same . how can i replace sales order with wbs element ...

please guide us how to link all with wbs number....

thanks and regards

kamal kishore

Edited by: kamal_kishore_sah on Nov 18, 2011 9:40 AM

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  • Posted on Nov 18, 2011 at 08:47 AM

    You have it in VBAK & VBAP with field PS_PSP_PNR. But the value entered in screen must be passed to function CONVERSION_EXIT_KONPD_INPUT and then the output value must be passed to vbak to select the sale orders. But this field is not part of any index.

    Kesav

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    • Former Member Kesavadas Thekkillath

      Actually our requirement, firstly we developed a program sd bom where we use vbeln , posnr, matnr, plant, bom, name of person, division , sold to party ....

      now requirement is to replace sales order and item ... and use wbs number.

      and output is same as before ....

      this program gives the use radio button as output to show All BOM, bom available and bom missing ..

      on the basis of WBS number ...we get all the things ...

      Solved myself by using resb prps and prst table.

      Thanks to all for your valuable support.

      Edited by: kamal_kishore_sah on Nov 22, 2011 7:01 AM

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 06:05 AM

    Solved by using resb prps and prst table.

    Thanks to all for your valuable support.

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