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Accounting Document Creation in FB60 with Tax Calculation Enable

Hello everyone,

I am currently facing a strange issue. The issue is that I am using transaction FB60 to create an accounting document.

How I proceed with:

1. Go to FB60

2. Enter the necessary details

3. Click on the "Save" button to post the document.

To view the accounting document created,

1. Go to FB03

2. Enter the document number generated previously to view the document.

The problem is that, currently I need to update a field in the accounting document during its creation. I know that the BaDi 'AC_DOCUMENT' is called before creation of any accounting document.

I have hardcoded a break point in the BADI to test whether when clicking on the button 'SAVE' from transaction FB60, whether the BADI 'AC_DOCUMENT'is called, and the debugger was not trigger.

I don't understand why the BADI 'AC_DOCUMENT'is not trigger, i did activate the 'Update debugger' to test whether the BADI was executed in the background but in vain, the BADI 'AC_DOCUMENT' was not triggered.

But if I click on 'PARK'(I don't know a park document is document in transaction FB60, the BADI 'AC_DOCUMENT' is trigger.

I would be grateful if someone gives me an idea or a small explanation on what is going on in the back.

Maybe, I am wrong with the BADI 'AC_DOCUMENT', maybe this BADI's is not trigger every time an accounting document is created.

Thanks a lot in advance.

Kind Regards,


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    Posted on Feb 03, 2012 at 01:28 AM

    what field do you want to update? did you try FI substitution?

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