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BTE 1650 in FAGLL03 for multiple line item

Hi All

We already applied BTE 1650 and now we are able to display offsetting account (GKONT) in FAGLL03

The problem is if we have multiple line items for example:

Db. Customer

Db. GL Account

Db. GL Account

Cr. A/R

User want to only display offsetting account (GKONT) for customer, so if there are GL account line item, we want to ignore it.

We know the passing is determine by BUZEI = line item number, but how does the BTW know which line item number contains customer?

Is it even possible?

Please help


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    Posted on Mar 06, 2013 at 11:29 AM

    Try also OSS note 1034354 - FAGLL03 Display of offsetting account information (BADI).

    You can do:-

    1. KOART - account type = D

    2. BSCHL - Posting key

    Though I am surprised this BTE works with the New GL!!



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      Are you an ABAPer?

      LOOP AT ct_items INTO wa_items.




      belnr = wa_items-belnr

      bukrs = wa_items-bukrs

      buzei = wa_items-buzei

      gjahr = wa_items-gjahr

      gknkz = '3'


      gkont = wa_items-gkont

      koart = wa_items-gkart


      belnr_not_found = 1

      buzei_not_found = 2

      gknkz_not_found = 3

      OTHERS = 4.

      IF sy-subrc = 0.

      MODIFY ct_items FROM wa_items.




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  • Posted on Mar 07, 2013 at 07:12 AM

    Hi Ermon,

    I don't know which sample functional module assigned to BTE 001650. According to SAP standard logic ,off setting always determine higher amount line item account. See ref. FM




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