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VCT control for screen configuration does not exist

hi,

I am facig this error while doing BP screen sconfigurations. (After i click on SPRO -> .... -> Screen configuration -> Configure screens )

<b>VCT control for screen configuration does not exist (Message no. R1895)</b>

The error mess details are: “Maintenance of the screen configuration could not be called because the required SAP GUI has not been installed locally. Information message that the screen configuration could not be carried out. A local SAP GUI > 4.5 B has to be installed on your PC”

<b>I have installed SAP GUI 6.4 with all its components but still the eror persists.</b>

Any idea how this can be resolved?

Thanks and regards,

<b>SAURABH</b>

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  • Posted on Sep 18, 2006 at 03:52 AM

    Please note that the window system must be Active-X enabled.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Friends

      With the following command you can register you .ocx ( Visual Buttons Control files ) in windows.

      REGSVR32 C:\Progra~1\SAP\FrontEnd\SAPgui\vistransmitter.ocx

      The above command will register said file in the registry and facilitate Visual Configurator Tool to run for Screen Sequence Modifications. With the above I also recommend Latest Patch (23), which is available with SAP to update on the windows frontend to avoid some other known frond end issues.

      Before doing all above make sure your have 2 files existence in the C:\Progra~1\SAP\FrontEnd\SAPgui folder

      Visu_se.exe

      vistransmitter.ocx

      Best Regards,

      Jaswant Purba

      jaswantpurba@yahoo.com

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