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difference between EXIT_SAPLIPW1_008 and ISU_CALL_EXIT_SAPLIPW1_008 ?

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I am confused here between exit EXIT_SAPLIPW1_008 and ISU_CALL_EXIT_SAPLIPW1_008 enhancement. How can I implement this? Tried directly to code inside exit EXIT_SAPLIPW1_008 and its not triggering during MIGO. Noticed another enhancement implementation on the same exit but am not sure how can I implement this. Appreciate your input.




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    Posted on Jun 05, 2012 at 05:17 AM


    For triggering the customer exit:

    1.You have to create a project in t-code CMOD

    2.Assign the project with the exit component which you want to implement.

    3.Implement your code in the include program of the exit function module using the interface parameters.

    4.Activate the implemented Project.

    By the way I am not sure about the EXIT mentioned by you is for MIGO.

    Below is the list of EXIT's in MIGO with thier description:

    EXIT_SAPLMBMB_001: Customer Function Exit in the Case of Updating a Material Document

    EXIT_SAPMM07M_001: Customer Function Exit: Set Segment Text in Material Document Item

    EXIT_SAPM07DR_001: Customer Function Exit: Material Document Item for GR/GI Document

    EXIT_SAPM07DR_002: Customer Function Exit: Acct Assgmt for Multiple Acct Assgmt Sheet

    EXIT_SAPLMIGO_001 : Customer Function Call: WBS Element for Offsetting Entry (MIGO)

    EXIT_SAPMM07M_005: Customer Function Call: WBS Element for Offsetting Entry

    EXIT_SAPMM07R_001: Customer Function Exit: Updating a Reservation

    EXIT_SAPMM07M_009: Customer Function Call: Set Storage Location


    EXIT_PP_PICK_LIST_001: Customer Function Call: Read RESB/RKPF for mb26

    Put the break-point in the include and check whether the EXIT is getting called during MIGO transaction.

    With regards,

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