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How to enter percentage in decimal places while entering SES in ML81N

Hello All,

I have searched the SCN for the above mentioned query of mine that how to enter percent in decimal places while entering SES in ML81N?

I haven't found any satisfactory answer to this. One way each thread says it's not possible.

How to map this is SAP? If it's not possible then how to handle the situation when the invoice has to be approved for the amount which comes into percentage decimal places of the PO value?

Awaiting your valuable replies.

Manoj P.

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2012 at 11:45 AM

    Can you elaborate on the requirement?

    /Manoj

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      That field "Percentage quantity PLNPROZ" is set with length 3 digits (can be checked in SE12), so you cannot amend this field length unless you have a developer access key. (But I doubt if field lengths can be amended using the Developer Access key, as I have doubts of the impact this cause in the system). So I really wouldn't advice changing this particular field.

      /Manoj

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2012 at 11:10 AM

    Hi,

    Please check Su01 user logon data or SCC4 or OY04

    SPRO-->sap netweaver-->currencies----

    its help full to U

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