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Dim material document column from QA32 inspection lot screen

Dear Guru,

Would like to get your expertise comment on how we can dim Material Document column at QA32 /QA33 inspection lot screen for certain plant?

As the requirement for certain plant is , QA is not allowed to see the thing inside the material document.

Is there any IMG config or variant can be applied to this request?

Awaiting for your valuable comment.

Thanks for your time.

Regards,

Nur

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2 Answers

  • Mar 30, 2016 at 09:39 AM

    Hello,

    Go to transaction SM31

    Table =T354T

    Click on 'Maintain'.

    Select field QALS_QAVE-MBLNR

    and remove the ABAP form CALL_MIGO_DIALOG and save the entry.

    But it will be applicable to all the users and plant as it is cross client.


    Or just restrict the Authorization Object for MIGO or check the authorization object M_MSEG_WMB Material Documents: Plant

    Best Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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    • Former Member R Brahmankar

      Hi Brahmankar,

      If it will not block the whole MIGO transaction then it will be fine. As user need to do other MIGO transaction like transfer posting. Need to further check and testing first on this.

      Thanks.

      regards,

      Nur

  • Mar 30, 2016 at 03:26 PM

    Really? Can I ask what type of business would make that requirement? I can't imagine restricitng QA from almost anything except for HR or finance data. Just my curiosity.

    Craig

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    • I can see that if you felt your QA people had a history of intentionally favoring one vendor or another. I could actually see that happenning in certain countries and industries now that you point it out. It would be indicative of a very corrupt environment where bribes and kickbacks are a common feature in business. There are numerous places I could see that happen.

      It's a shame really, that even quality control people would be susceptiable to that.

      Craig