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How to have Attribute Change Run variant include many master data in PC?

When creating a process chain, I drag Attribute Change Run process type into the right pane, and I want to have this variant to include multiple master data other than only one, but I find I can only add one master data into this Attribute Change Run variant and there is no button to insert other master data. However I did see one Attribute Change Run variant include many master data on another system, I'd be appreciated if someone let me know on how to do this to insert many master data into this variant!

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2005 at 05:05 PM

    Hi Kevin,

    doubleclick the process AttrChange in the maintenaceview (RSPC). In the field objecttype make F4-selection the same on Objectname. You can include as many lines as you wish

    /manfred

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2005 at 06:33 PM

    Hi Kevin,

    You are right that there is no button to insert other master data and also the table comes out as gray but you can use the F4 help in Object Type field and select appropriate type i.e. InfoObject in your case. Then go to Object name and take F4 help and select the Master Data Object you want to include in the Attribute Change Run.

    Here if you want to do the Attribute change run of all the objects then don't give any object name in the list and keep it empty. This will do a global Attribute Change Run.

    Regards,

    Rohit

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