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warning message convert to error message for the prt


Presently system is giving warning mesaage when we assign the locked /deleted PRT in the CEWB or in order routing and which can be ignored.Is there any way to change the warning message to error message?We want to stop the assignment if the PRT status is locked/deleted.

Message number is -CF234.

Regarding this issue i have seen the thread-. But in that i have not got the answer.. please guide me. please find the attached screenshot.



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    Posted on Dec 25, 2013 at 08:06 AM

    Hi Mastan,

    Due to message class CF doesn't exist in the standard application area, so you need to do the following two steps:

    1) Use t-code SM40 to maintain view V_T100SA, add CF into the list.

    2) Use t-code OMPL1 to maintain system message control for message CF 234.

    PS: View V_T100SA is cross-client, please do the test in your test system in advance. Hope it's helpful to you.

    Best regards


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    • Former Member Rajen Madan

      Hi Madan,

      Can you please eloberate the points

      Go through the documentation available in SE18 and get suitable code written inside the method CHECK_TSK_AT_SAVE.

      The parameter I_PRT_DATA will be helpful to check the PRT assignment data and you can provide the custom checks.

      i have verified these CHECK_TSK_AT_SAVE, parameter I_PRT_DATA in se18 : Enhancement spot and BADI Name. But i am not getting. And how to give these to ABAPer.



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