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Warning Message to error message


When i am Putting the WBS in Location tab of Maintenance order system is given warning message I0243.

I Want to change this message to error messag , how can i do through Configuration.


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  • Posted on Nov 08, 2015 at 06:52 AM

    Hi Sandeep,

    You need to check below note. This message has been suppressed by SAP

    2154861 - Basic order view: Various warning messages suppressed during WBS element check



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  • Posted on Nov 08, 2015 at 07:13 AM

    Hello Sandeep,

    To answer precisely to your question, you can do this with implicit enhancement in include LIBAPI_HF50 , with a code (at line no.138) such as:

    if 1 = 0.
    message e243(i0) with iv_proid ls_prps-werks cs_caufvd-iwerk.

    But this should not be done.

    Instead your checks for this field can be very easily managed through a simple code in user-exit IWO10009. You can get it done by your ABAPer, or if you give the logic, I'll provide the code to be put in the include ZXWOCU07 of this exit.

    BTW you have several open threads (almost all). Please review and take them to logical conclusion.



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      • That's exactly what I replied for. There is no provision in SE91 to change attributes of message. You can change the message text only here. SE91 is a list of messages those can be used as information, warning or errors while using them in the codes. Identify the error indicator in the code given by me. The 'e' in e243(I0) denotes the error attribute. From SE91 you can only know the where-used list of this message.
      • So if you are still looking for changing the attribute to error then try as I suggested.
      • But why should you do that without trying first to achieve the same result from safe possible method using user-exit suggested by me.

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