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Badi or user exit for FTR_CREATE for modifying the Payment Details

Hi,

I need a Badi or user exit that will modify the internal table for the "Payment Details" in transaction FTR_CREATE. Basically, instead of using the default entries in the "Payment Details", data from a Z custom table will overwrite the "Payment details" or the internal table containing the "Payment details". This should create entries in the Transparent Table VTBZV with the values fron the Z custom table.

I'm trying to implement the BADI FTR_TR_GENERIC but I cannot find where and how to modify the original "Payment Details" entries. Or if its even possible to do this.

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2012 at 11:19 AM

    Hi,

    In Badi FTR_TR_GENERIC, implement method EVT_TRANSACTION_CHECK for modifying payment details

    Regards,

    Ravi

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      Hi Jasper

      Im facing the same issue I need to implement this BAdI (FTR_TR_GEENRIC) so I can be able to change the payment details, I've changed the account ID in this part but as you said in debug mode, but this doesnt change the data when saving.

      Did you came up with a solution in this matter,

      Thanks for your help in advance

      Regards

      Andres

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