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RFx: Change Company code

Hi all,

We are creating a RFx from a SC automatically when the SC is approved. We want to transfer the SC Company Code at item level (BE_CO_CODE) to the RFx Company at header level (CO_CODE).

The problem is that the company code is being filled with the company in user's attributes.

I've debugged the standard code and I can see just before call the FM BBP_PD_BID_CREATE ( include LBBP_DPE_INTEGRATION_SOCOF33 line 1373) is reading the user's attribute BUK and filling the field co_code with the first value of the table.

In my case the user is WF-BATCH and has several values for the attribute BUK.

I thought in change it using the badi BBP_DOC_CHANGE_BADI but I can't see the field CO_CODE in the header structure of the method.

It's possible to change it ? How? Is there any badi or Do I need to create an enhancement point in the standard code?

Thanks in advance.



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    Posted on Feb 27, 2013 at 05:58 PM

    Hello Ricardo,

    To do that, try using metadata class and methods provided by SRM standard to change the functionality of the field. You can make it gets completed by your own logic.

    You can find it in Supplier Relationship Management - SRM Server - Cross application basic settings - Extensions and field controls. In this tree you can manage fields functionality one by one with his own logic.

    Kind Regards,


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  • Posted on Mar 01, 2013 at 08:17 AM

    I've just found a SAP note: ­čĄ¬

    Note 1279218 - DOC_CHANGE_BADI of Bid Invitation cannot change Company Code

    I'm going to implent it.

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