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Editing the Mark for Deletion request screen as per our need

Hi All,

I have a requirement that I need to create a customized deletion request screen as per the needs which must consist only the required tabs. I tried to create the customized configuration from BS_MAT_OVP_06 and I linked it with custom change request with logical action as "DELETE". Then I tried to run the request where I didn't see any 'Mark for deletion ' field. Then I tried to create an element 'Mark for deletion' in the customized configuration but I could not able to find a element like that. Can anyone suggest me how to edit that deletion request screen ?

Thanks,

Pazhaneraajaa

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 12:43 PM

    hi all,

    I did adaptation for the logical action DELETE for my custom configuration and thus the issue got solved.

    thanks,'

    Pazhaneraajaa.

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 07:29 AM

    Hi Pazhaneraahja,

    Make sue while creation a custom request, you must copy MAT06 CR type to you custom request. Then you are able to get the option Mark for deletion .

    Thanks

    Nikhilesh


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      Hi Nikhilesh,

      Thanks for your suggestion, I already created a custom request (ZMAT06) by copying the standard MAT06 only. now I need to do some modification in the screen of ZMAT06. That is my requirement.

  • Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 08:27 AM

    Pazhaneraahja,

    what exactly you are trying to create custom development or just custom CR in case custom CR

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