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Dear all,

In QP02 T code at header of inspection plan changes, the access should be restricted to only one id and for rest of them it should to be in non editable mode for the following fields,

Parameters for dynamic modification/inspection points.

Dynamic mod. level

Modification rule

Regards,

U. Linganathan.

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 04:04 PM

    Hi Linganathan

    For the above requirement use FM EXIT_SAPLCPAU_001 in user exit: CPAU0001 and take help with your technical team to write the restriction to specific fields for specific user.

    Regards

    Kesava

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    • Former Member linganathan u

      Hi Lingnathan

      First create a new project in cmod(t-code) and write the above given code and activate the project in the include as well as in cmod.The above code is for blocking only one field SLWBEZ (Insp. Points) Please contact your technical consultant for implementation of the above similar for remaining fields.

      Note: Instead of USER NAME area in above code you have to give your required User name.

      Regards,

      Keshava

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 05, 2014 at 07:46 AM

    Hello Linganathan,

    I suggest to use transaction variant to map your requirement.

    The T code is SHD0.

    The variant can be made effective for the users for which you want to restrict the access to the fields mentioned above.

    Please go through the below links to get more information on transaction variant.

    http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-39667

    Creating Variant Groups and Assigning Users (SAP Library - Changing the SAP Standard (BC))

    I hope this will be easy for you to create & maintain.

    Mangesh S

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