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CEWB add column for material number to group relationship

I have a requirement to add material number to the CEWB Operations-->Processing Times tab.

For instance, the business user can see the groups (PLNNR) representing different operations when they run this for more than one material number, but the material number to group number relationship is not available in this view.

If I select the Print operation, it brings up an ALV, but the change layout selection doesn't have material number.

How can I find the structure that perhaps could be extended for material number to be added to the change layout columns?

(I recently found some notes and accomplished this for something different with ME2N.)

I'm going to try to debug. Is what I'm trying to do feasible for this application?

I checked transparent tables, and it seems that table MAPL has the MATNR to PLNNR relationship.


Jeremy H.

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    Posted on Apr 21, 2016 at 04:32 PM

    Responding to my own question, here:

    A colleague found that a standard report, CA85N, would work well for the clients request, since it has the Material Number, Group Number and all the Activity Types / Standard time values and unit-types in the available ALV columns already.

    Therefore, there was no need for us to modify the CEWB Print option ALV box with the material number.

    Incidentally, I did find the object that I could extend for CEWB, but we found the CA85N report about the same time. We love solutions that require no work! 😊

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