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Is there any possibility to Restrict Document flow..


I have one requirement,

I would like to Restrict the Document overflow button at Va03 , for particular users.

Can i able to restrict this one, By using the Existing functionality given by the Sap.

I need your Valuables Suggestions.

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  • Posted on Aug 17, 2015 at 08:51 PM

    What would be the point of such restriction? If people don't have authorization to view delivery or invoice they won't get anywhere from the document flow. Not even allowing someone to see that a document exists is paranoid.

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      Maybe OP is new to SAP and an ABAPer. His functional analyst says "we need this" and he starts working on the technical part of this requirement.

      That's the problem with humanity these days - no one stops to think. 😔 Even if both SD and ABAP consultants just learned SAP this requirement is just pure nonsense from the business standpoint. Say I open document flow and I see there is delivery 800356 and invoice 973423 created. What is the importance of this information? What am I going to do with it? Will I enter the office at night with a flashlight to search for a paper copy of these documents? And then I will proceed with using white-out to replace companies 'Remit to' information with my own Swiss bank account and faxing the invoice to the customer? Well, then lock up the paper copies and white-out - problem solved!

  • Posted on Aug 17, 2015 at 09:30 AM

    Have you tried transaction variant (by using menu function) ?

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  • Posted on Aug 17, 2015 at 09:33 AM

    Try if you can do this with Screen Variant SHD0. Check the below link for information on SHD0.

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