Unfortunately, awareness of a web-based task and project management tool to increase productivity and quality in SAP projects is absent from most project managers. Instead, you use tools such as email, Excel and sharepoint to manage tasks, track appointments or create test plans.
In many cases it is necessary to change the data of an object once it has been saved. Reasons for this may be: There is no corresponding userexit to manipulate data of the object before saving. The corresponding fields are available only after saving, with the help of which you want to manipulate the data […]
When the message of a PO is issued, in certain cases, the PO is issued in a mix of output language and another language. The aim should be that all elements of a PO are always printed in the message language. Just as it is the case with the formsin sales (invoice, etc.).
The transactions VA05 and also the VA05N should be extended by additional fields or customer-specific fields. Read more
In many companies there is now the requirement to mark products with a bar code of type GS1 Datamatrix directly from SAP. Unfortunately, the creation of a GS1 DataMatrix barcode is currently not supported in SAP standard. In particular, the FNC1 codes can not be inserted into a DataMatrix barcode. This fact is also indicated by the OSS note “1815093 – GS1 data matrix barcodes are not supported“.
Many companies use Office 365. This package also includes Microsoft Exchange to send emails. The following tutorial explains how to configure the e-mail outbox in SAP to establish an SMTP connection from SAP to Microsoft 365. As a result, you can then send emails directly from SAP.
In many SAP objects, Generic Object Services (GOS) can be used to link additional information to the object. In many cases, files (Word documents, Excel sheets), i.a. also graphics are uploaded to the object.
The following section describes how to read a graphic (BMP, JPG, PNG, …) for an SAP object and pass the binary content to the form to be displayed there.
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