Parameter Assignment In Collective Search Help Apple







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I have created an elementary search help that will display all sold-tos for entered ship-to(s). Everything works fine except that the sold-to that is selected from the hit list is not being entered into the customer field on the selection screen.

eg transaction VD03, F4 on Customer, enter import parameters VKORG VTWEG SPART and KUNN2, hit list is displayed correctly and one line selected. I expect that my export parameter KUNNR should now appear in the Customer field of VD03 but its not.

This is my elementary search help definition:

Elementary srch hlp ZDEBIC Active

Short description Customers for Ship-to

Selection method Z_DEBIC Dialog type

Text table Hot key 2

Search help exit Z_SHIP_TO_SEARCH_HELP_EXIT

Parameter IMP EXP LPos SPos Data Element Default Value

SORT1 1 AD_SORT1

SORT2 2 AD_SORT2

MCOD1 4 MCDD1

MCOD3 5 MCDD3

PSTLZ 6 PSTLZ

KTOKD 7 KTOKD

VKORG x x 8 1 VKORG VKO

VTWEG x x 9 2 VTWEG VTW

SPART x x 10 3 SPART SPA

KUNN2 x 11 4 KUNN2 KUN

KUNNR x 3 KUNNR

I suspect the problem may be with default value KUN against KUNN2, but if I put it against KUNNR, I get a message "No values for this selection" instead of my hit list.

Can anybody give me a clue as to the problem?

Thanks,

Brigitte

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