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While doing copying an infotype called (IT 0152) relavant to subtype to create a new record. old records are not getting delimited, two records have end date 31.12.9999, i checked the time constraint in the table V_T582A it has been given as T, which is depend on Subtypes, then when i checked in the table V_T591A, i can see time constraint maintained as 3 for particular subtype.

So if i change the time constraint to "2", will my problem be solved?, what would be the impacts if i change the time constraint for this particular subtype for the previous records or what would be any other solution on this?

Customer wants one valid record, while copying and creating new records old one should be delimited. how to achieve if time constraint has impacts?



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    Posted on Dec 31, 2013 at 11:46 AM

    Hi Sriram,

    If your requirement is this,

    No more than one valid record can exist at any one time. Records must not overlap. Their existence is not obligatory. When you create a new record, the system delimits the previous record, if one exists.

    Then you can assign 2 as Time Constraint in V_T591A.



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  • Posted on Dec 31, 2013 at 12:31 PM

    Hi Sriram,

    Once you delimit the record , the end date should be changed.

    For example - the first record is 01.02.2010 to 31.12.9999 , delimit the date , the second record should be changed.

    01.02.2010 to 31.12.2013 -- first record

    01.01.2014 to 31.12.9999 --- second record.

    Yes, you are correct if you make any changes in time constraint table , it will not effect in master data.

    Table - T582A under TC-2.



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