Re: [sap-log-sd] Is Special Access Sequence Possible?

Reply from sarat on Feb 10 at 3:59 PM

Try it this way. Create what ever access sequences you have eg; Sorg/Dch/Div. Also create tables with one field like material or material group or what ever you want and assign them to the same access sequence. When the end user wants to enter data in condition record he can choose which ever accesses he wants. Hence you have the flexibility of leaving the data which you dont want to enter. Hope I made sense.

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---------------Original Message---------------
From: Adriano Lopez
Sent: Friday, February 10, 2012 3:31 PM
Subject: Is Special Access Sequence Possible?

I created the access sequence with KUNNR/MATNR/KDGRP/MATKL and assigned 'A' to all fields. I assigned priority 1, 2, 3, 4 to KUNNR, MATNR, KDGRP and MATKL respectively

I created four condition records filling one field at a time and and leaving rest of the fields blank. When I created an order, condition records maintained for the customer appeared as expected. Then I deleted this condition record in anticipation that condition record maintained for MATNR will appear. But nothing appeared. In the pricing analysis, Customer had 'green' signal with 'deleted' message. MATNR has 'red' light along with KDGRP and MATNR.
For another customer with the same KDGRP field, it also not pulling the condition records.

Also, I want the key combination of KUNNR/MATNR take priority over the record with KUNNR only.

Can I get all these flexibility?

Again, if this is prohibited as Dutch said, can we opt this functionality in an implementation project?

Thanks in advance.

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