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Why do the same Tcode ME11 have different screen number on two server?

We do the development about BAPI for the tcode me11.

we finished it on our own server,

but when we do the test on customer's server, we

found the me11 has different screen number.

as to ours, it's 0201, but to customer's, it's 1017.

The detail as following:


we use shdb to record the BDCDATA for tcode me11,

there are four screens , they are :

SAPMM06I 0100

SAPMM06I 0101

SAPMM06I 0102

SAPMV13A 0201

but customer's are:

SAPMM06I 0100

SAPMM06I 0101

SAPMM06I 0102

SAPMV13A 1017

why the fourth are different?

by the way, there are still other places which

are different according to the two servers, but

don't influence the BDCDATA except this screen



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    Posted on Oct 20, 2005 at 07:24 AM

    Hello Corinne,

    not two SERVERs, but two different R/3 installations!

    Yes, that's the trouble with dynamic screen sequences and BDC. You have to adjust your program to the actual system or find a way, by reading customizing tables, to determine the upcomming screen sequence.

    SAPMV13A 1017 is a "fast entry" screen, that will be generated during customizing.

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