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anybody knows how I can block save button after transaction CK11N run ? Thank you.

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  • Posted on Apr 02, 2015 at 10:24 AM

    The transaction code CK11N is used to create cost estimate for material. Why such a requirement ? Do you want to do it for some particular user ?

    If you do not want to give save option, then why you need to use the t-code CK11N ?

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    • Hi,

      I try manage the problem by roles.

      I created new roles with authorizations on CK11N and Authorizative Object K_KEKO, I insert, in this field, the costing variant that dont' permit to saving the result.

      I created new cost variants by OKKN with no flag on field Saving Allowed

      I inserted the user in the roles created so they run the CK11N only with variants that don't permit to save the result, the variants is creating in copy of the original cost variants.

      Cristian

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  • Posted on Apr 02, 2015 at 10:43 AM

    Hello Cristiano,

    Ur requirement have no solution. Even if u want saving should not happen, Then u can do it with Date Control in Costing Variant. Give Costing Date to as 'No Default Value. Whenever u run Cost Estimate Give the past date. The Values will populate in the standard Cost Estimate CK11n, but the system will not allow to save standard Cost Estimate since Cost estimate is always run for the future and not for the past.

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