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QUESTION on CAUFVD-STTXT

hi, all!

i would like to ask your expertise re: production order status. as per CAUFVD-STTXT, i can check the value of a PO w/c can be IOO2, IOO45, IOO76 or Ioo13. however, the cauvd is a structure. checking further, it points me to CAUFV table w/c is a PP/CO view.

what tool can i use to determine where i can find the value for CAUVFD-STTXT.

thank you in advance.

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    Posted on Oct 03, 2005 at 05:41 AM

    Hi Rico,

    You can use function module STATUS_TEXT_EDIT,

    For example,

    CALL FUNCTION 'STATUS_TEXT_EDIT'

    EXPORTING

    • CLIENT = SY-MANDT

    flg_user_stat = c_true

    objnr = l_caufvd-objnr

    • ONLY_ACTIVE = 'X'

    spras = sy-langu

    • BYPASS_BUFFER = ' '

    IMPORTING

    anw_stat_existing = l_caufvd-astex

    • E_STSMA =

    line = l_caufvd-sttxt

    user_line = l_caufvd-asttx

    • STONR =

    EXCEPTIONS

    object_not_found = 1

    OTHERS = 2.

    STTXT is a collection of object user statuses...

    Hope this helps..

    Also, FYI, JEST is the table where all these user statuses are stored..you have to read it with CAUFVD-OBJNR. Alternatively, you can use STATUS_READ fm to read these user statuses.

    Sri

    Message was edited by: Srikanth Pinnamaneni

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  • Posted on Oct 03, 2005 at 05:43 AM

    use FM

    STATUS_READ

    Regards

    Raja

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