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Copy/Delete Invoice comments

Hi all,

When I create a correction invoice, the text inline 'Comments' is copied from the original invoice.

In which point (exit...) in the invoice creation program (sapmv60a) can I avoid this text copy?

Thanks in advance,

Marta

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2005 at 11:47 AM

    Hi Marta,

    This is done via transaction VOTXN.

    In VOTXN, you go to the text determination procudure for billing documents (either header or item, depending upon your situation).

    From here, select the appropriate text procedure, and display the text ids. From this line you will be able to determine the access sequence. Drill down on the access sequence. You will find an entry in here with the text object VBBK (or VBBP for item texts). This will be causing the text to copy from invoice to correction invoice.

    Now, depending upon your requirements, you can either:

    1. Remove this line (watch out for impacts on other texts that use this same access sequence)

    2. Code in a requirement to block the reference under certain conditions (again watch out for impacts on other texts that use this same access sequence).

    You code requirements in the transaction VOFM. Menu Copying Requirements->Texts. You can reference the standard requirements 1 (header) or 50 (item), and make changes as appropriate.

    This is actually a combintation of configuration and development, so I hope that it makes sense, please come back if you need more assistance.

    Cheers,

    Brad

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2005 at 11:03 AM

    Hello Marta,

    Check in Acess Sequences , there might be Acess Sequence defiend for Text Procedure (Cutomizing).

    Rgds,

    Mano Sri

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