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Opening Purchase order with a specific Item detail tab.

Introduction

Opening the purchase order on some event through coding has been discussed quite often, In this blog, I will explain how to open the purchase order with a specific tab at the item level.

 

Table ESDUS.

 In order to achieve this , table ESDUS can be used.Table%20Esdus

Table Esdus

This table contains the dynamic user settings for the MM Area for every user. In this particular business Scenario, table record marked above is relevant.

The value in the column Active is basically the item detail tab number which will be active when the PO is opened. Index number of the last active tab remains in this field. In order to find the index number of the tab which you want to set active, simply open any PO, open that tab and close the PO. Index of that tab will be saved in this field.

Code sample to set a particular tab active and open PO

On the event to open the PO, simply set a particular index for that record for the current user and open the PO using the function module ME_DISPLAY_PURCHASE_DOCUMENT.

  SELECT single * FROM esdus INTO @DATA(ls_esdus2) WHERE uname = @sy-uname AND
                                               action = 'PurchaseOrder' AND
                                               element = 'item_view           SUBVIEW_INDEX'.
         IF ls_esdus2 IS NOT INITIAL.
           ls_esdus2-active = '18'.
           MODIFY esdus FROM ls_esdus2.
         ENDIF.
     
        CALL FUNCTION 'ME_DISPLAY_PURCHASE_DOCUMENT'
          EXPORTING
            i_ebeln              = <data>-ebeln
            i_ebelp              = <data>-ebelp
          EXCEPTIONS
            not_found            = 1
            no_authority         = 2
            invalid_call         = 3
            preview_not_possible = 4
            OTHERS               = 5.
          IF sy-subrc <> 0.
            MESSAGE 'Call Transaction not possible' TYPE 'I'.
          ENDIF.

 

Conclusion

This approach should be possible for other areas as well, if you are able to find out the user settings table for that area.

 

If there are any questions, please comment below.

 

Regards

Ketan

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