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USEREXIT_PRINT_ITEM and SMOD??

Hi all,

I want to implement the User Exit for Line items in VF01/VF02. I want to put collect statement on line item internal table so that Same material number should appear in same one line item.

I got the following information

• USEREXIT_PRINT_ITEM (Module pool SAPLV61A, program RV61AFZB)

Printing the item line of a billing document can be supplemented or changed.

Where RV61AFZB is include prog and there is sub routine for USEREXIT_PRINT_ITEM

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  • FORM USEREXIT_PRINT_ITEM *

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  • ........ *

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FORM USEREXIT_PRINT_ITEM.

ENDFORM.

If I am changing the include prog it is asking for Access key, But I am interested in Standard SAP Enhancements (SMOD).

Does any one know what SAP Enhancement for this user exit? I found following list of enhancements with VF01/VF02. But which is correct one?

V60A0001

V60P0001

V61A0001

SDVFX007

SDVFX008

SDVFX009

SDVFX010

SDVFX011

V05I0001

V05N0001

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on May 16, 2005 at 11:20 AM

    Hi Vipin,

    For these 'old style' userexits (those implemented as FORMS with names USEREXIT_...) there is no associated entry in SMOD.

    You can change the program (by supplying the access key) directly, and it is still considered a user exit.

    Often, people just put include programs within the userexit FORM so that functionality can be seperated and upgrades are a little simpler.

    Hope that helps.

    Cheers,

    Brad

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