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How to add a field to a screen for infotype 9 Bank Details?

My client needs to be able to record Credit Union / Building society reference numbers in infotype 9 Bank details. The standard screen for infotype 9 is 2000 which does not have this field in it.

Can i add this field P0009-PSKTO "Account Number of Bank Account A" to the existing screen 2000 or do i need to create a screen number?

If so, can do i create a new screen to include existing fields and this new one?


Also, do i need to do anything extra config wise to ensure the the details entered in this field are included in the bank file?

Thanks

clive 😕

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2012 at 07:10 AM

    Hello Clive,

    You should use the screen 2008, there this field should be there, So with this screen, you can have the field.

    Best Regards,

    Deepak..

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    • Clive..

      This is quite simple....

      First check which entry of MP000900 2000 having P0009-PSKTO in it. Then copy that entry and put the variable in the copied row. Make sure you update the feature with your variable and activate the feature.

      In my case, variable key 08 was having PSKTO field so I copied this row

      MP0009002000
      0820080

      Copied as and maintained the vairable key as 25

      MP0009002000
      2520080

      Maintain feature P0009 for 25, my feature is based on Molga so 25 is for Singapore, variable key is a return value and that should be 25.

      Once you done with it, you will see PSKTO in your 2000 screen of IT0009.

      Good Luck.

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