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Hide Accounts Receivable Pledging Indicator in FBL5N

Hi,

I wanted to hide the "AR Pledging Ind" that is appearing FBL5N report: Environment->Mass Changes->New Values.

Tried to deactivate the Pledgin indicator in Company Code and Suppress the field in Customer Master Field status group. The field was suppressed in Customer Master but still appearing in FBL5N.

Any idea how to suppress this field in FBL5N mass change.

Regards,

Sathesh


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    Posted on Sep 24, 2014 at 08:30 AM

    Make the field as display mode by using transaction variant SHD0 by following document STEPS to use T-CODE SHD0 – TRANSACTION VARIANT

    I've tested that and I can set the field as display mode.

    Set the field as "Output only" in transaction variant from SHD0 as below :

    Then check your screen FBL5N.


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    • Press enter to continue (you may have to press enter more than once), you will find next screen of FBL5N, then execute the t-code, you will find this screen again, you have to press enter to continue (you may have to press enter more than once), then after the report will execute, just go to Environment - Mass Changes - New Value and keep continue press enter until you didn't get the field "AR Pledging Ind"

      When you will find the field, then you have to press "Exit and Save"

      ***Edited by: Dëv Päträ

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    Posted on Sep 24, 2014 at 10:36 AM

    Hi Sathesh,

    Have you tried this.

    1)FBL5N Menu field select the "Change Layout"

    2)From Layout select the Indicator and and select the Right Arrow.

    3) Save your layout.

    You can hide this field in this way also. Please let me know if this is useful. Thanks.

    Regards,

    Inthiyaz


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