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SD items in sales order, how to update the configuration?

Hi Experts,

my customer has updated few procedures used for characteristics valuation inside the material configuration, with the result that now the configuration looks a little bit different. Now, in the existing sales orders items using those materials, he needs to update it also. This can be done manually, very simply, just entering, in change mode, each item configuration, and save it: procedures are processed, new values are taken and saved. That's fine, but time consuming, as you can image. I am wondering if there is the possibility to do the same by abap coding. Configuration, as saved before the procedures change, can be read quite simply (for instance, by the methods in CL_CBASE class), the real question being how to get the updated values for those characteristics that are changed with the procedures? Have you already faced a similar issue? Could you please help?
Thank you.
Best Regards.

JFlan

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  • Posted on Mar 26, 2012 at 11:26 AM

    Hi Friends,

    No news on this topic? Can anyone help?

    Thank you!

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2012 at 10:08 AM

    Dear Jepi

    Why not you are doing it through SPRO

    SPRO>Sales and Distribution>Basic Function>Log of Incomplete Items>Define Incompleteness Procedures.

    Sit with your SD Functional Consultant and with help you can do it without coding

    Thanking you!

    Ashish Mishra

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