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Substitute not activated but still entry exist in table HRUS_D2

Hi SCN's,

We have a situation where User-XXYYZZ has no active Substitute in SBWP but an entry of Substitute with User- AABBCC exist in table HRUS_D2 with no Active indicator.

We are trying to remove this entry but entry does not exist in SBWP, looking where else could be assignment of this substitute user- AABBCC.

Regards,

Kumar

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  • Posted on Jul 02, 2020 at 06:04 AM

    Dear Kumar,

    the main question in these cases, how the substitution rule is created (SBWP, My inbox fiori app, other application transactions, ect.). Try to remove where it is created.

    If this is a newer release and unplanned (passive) substitution the active flag will be stored in TWFS table. The two entries should be handled together with HRUS_D2 table (when you are deleting this on table level - in case of inconistency the only way).

    Best Regards
    Laszlo

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  • Posted on Jul 02, 2020 at 07:52 AM

    Hi Kumar,

    ok, this means this is a active (planned) substitution. If you dont know how this is created and not displayed in SBWP you can delete it on table level (if no need for that from business point view).

    But this is for own your responsibility!

    Possible created with RMPS_SET_SUBSTITUTE transaction. See KBA details:

    https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/2367196

    This is what I can share according the provided information.

    Best Regards

    Laszlo

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  • Posted on Jul 13, 2020 at 02:06 AM

    Have you checked the User have access to check Substitution

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