cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Maintaing the Mandatory Text in Billing Doc. Header Issue

prasanna_kumar4
Active Contributor
0 Kudos
162

Hi,*

My business Scenario i want to maintain the Header Text as a manadatory because its order related Biling

and also i cant mainatin in the sales order because once production is completed then only i can maintain the text

I know its not not possible in Standard SAP

we can do by using Userexits

Can any one tell me what are the userExits is required to maintain the mandatory for Text in Billing Doc header

Accepted Solutions (0)

Answers (2)

Answers (2)

jpfriends079
Active Contributor
0 Kudos

Try userexits for your requiemnt:

SDVFX001 User exit header line in delivery to accounting

SDVFX002 User exit for A/R line in transfer to accounting

SDVFX003 User exit cash clearing in transfer to accounting

SDVFX004 User exit G/L line in transfer to accounting

SDVFX005 User exit reserves in transfer to accounting

SDVFX006 User exit tax line in transfer to accounting

SDVFX007 User exit: Billing plan during transfer to Accounting

SDVFX008 User exit: Processing of transfer structures SD-FI

SDVFX009 Billing doc. processing KIDONO (payment reference number)

SDVFX010 User exit item table for the customer lines

SDVFX011 Userexit for the komkcv- and kompcv-structures

V05I0001 User exits for billing index

V05N0001 User Exits for Printing Billing Docs. using POR Procedure

V60A0001 Customer functions in the billing document

V60P0001 Data provision for additional fields for display in lists

V61A0001 Customer enhancement: Pricing

Thanks & Regards

JP

alex_zheng
Contributor
0 Kudos

Hi,

For billing documents it's not possible to set the text IDs as obligatory. This is standard behavior and valid for all R/3 releases.

As an invoice references usually to a preceding document you should set the corresponding text ID to mandatory in the order or the delivery.

Please also refer to note 853673 TTXERN-TXTPFL: Text dialog box not possible in billing docs.

Regards,

Alex