Validating a database

I thought that the table lookup derivations are just used to populate COPA fields from other tables.

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My gut reaction was to create a Validation off table COEP and match PAOBJNR to table CE4xxxx to retrieve the characteristic values but I'm pretty sure that PAOBJNR will not be written to the table at the point where I need to validate the values (prior to saving the entries).

My second idea was to possibly use the post derivation user exit SAPLXKKE, EXIT_SAPLKEAA_002 Although I am not to familiar with how to work with user exits outside of the Substitution and Validation GGB4 world. Master Date there is a Define Characteristic Derivation that allows you to do Derivation Rules, Table Lookups, Moves, Clears and Enhancements.

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Hello All, I am trying to find a way to validate COPA characteristic entries during FB50 (or FB01). A characteristic with a value in the customer master 2. The ship-to, bill-to, payer combination (which may be all different customer master values).

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