RE:[sap-log-sd] Warning vs. Error Message in In-completion Procedure

Posted by Typewriter
on Nov 1 at 1:02 AM

Why did you not think of "selecting" an already mandatory field in the sales order e.g. ShipTo or Plant or Shipping point? Why did you go for Order Reason?

What are those two other values (fields) that get triggered? In the current scenario, when the user fills in Order reason "late", and thereby the two fields are not populated, does user manually have to fill in these values?

Thank you for sharing!

---------------Original Message---------------
Sent: Monday, October 31, 2011 3:44 PM
Subject: Warning vs. Error Message in In-completion Procedure

Hi Typewriter, thanks for your reply.

The problem is not so much saving the Document without assigning the field.

The problem is, that field triggers the proposal of two other values in the Sales Document, this proposal is in a User-Exit. If the User populates the field after entering the Material # then the proposal doesn't take place and the User ends having issues during the Shipping Process.

What I wanted to do is that as soon as they populate the main Order Entry Screen with Sold-to, Ship-to, Material # and press Enter, instead of getting a Warning Message saying "Enter Order Reason", I would want that message to be an Error, that way they have to enter it right there and the proposal still takes place OK.

They do enter the Order Reason; but sometimes as I said, they enter it at the end of the whole Order Entry Process and at that point the Enhancement doesn't go back to propose the values that I need. I'm trying to avoid further coding, I guess I could code something in the User-Exit SAVE_DOCUMENT_PREPARE; but if I could get that Warning to be an Error then I could avoid extra coding.

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