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Disabling unplanned delivery cost

Dear Experts,

My client does not want the suppliers to claim the unplanned delivery cost in SUS portal. Could you please give me a clue how to disable it?

I have checked in the SUS customizing settings for the BSP page. could not find any valuable option.

Thanks and regards,


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    Posted on Jul 06, 2012 at 06:42 PM


    we did disable unplanned delivery cost on our SUS system by removing the code from views SRMSUS->views->invoice->detail_edit and detail_edit_cm or detail_view_cm, etc...

    basically any view that field existed in (if i remember correctly the field is called invoice_freight_amount) you can verify that by double click in SUS page ->view source and look for the field id.

    I don't recommend the above approach because it gave us a nightmare when upgraded SRM from 5 to 7 (stay away as far as you can from customizing SUS BSP views).

    The other approach which I have used to disable other fields recently is through SPRO,

    SPRO->SAP Supplier relationshipt management->Supplier self service->

    -> setting for user interface->make field control settings for tables

    In this table you need to find in which view does this field exist in and create a Z one

    the system is smart enough to pick you z field if you copy the exact alias for field OTR entry.

    I attached a screenshots of something similar that I have created recently.



    SUS_SPRO.JPG (80.4 kB)
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