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HI Friends

Can anybody tell me what is the use of SHD01 T.Code

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 10:36 AM

    U want information for SHD0 ?

    It is basically a transaction to create/change variants.

    Transaction/Screen or Standard Variants.

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 10:38 AM

    hi,

    <b>1.</b> Enter tcode of which the screen you want to create the

    variant (for example : crmd_bus2000115)

    <b>2.</b> Enter Transaction Variant Name

    <b>3.</b> Click Create button

    <b>4.</b> Now, navigate through the screen to which screen

    you want to have it on your trans. variant

    (click OK/confirm on each popup screen)

    <b>5.</b> Click Exit and Save on popup screen, if you want to

    finish the screen variant.

    <b>6.</b> Save your work

    <b>7.</b> If you want to customize further (like hiding some

    buttons/functions) then you can proceed by clicking

    on CHANGE button (pencil icon)

    <b>8.</b> Assign Tcode to this new Trans Variant.

    <b>9.</b> Done 😊

    Hope this helps.

    Cheers

    Alfred

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    • Former Member Former Member

      U can enter the transaction as SE38.

      It would display the transaction screen...when you press back.

      It would popup the screen variant information.

      There you can set the button for display as invisible and save the screen variant.

      Regards

      Anurag

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