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Creating Constraint for a Dependency

Hi all,

I am basically an abaper, there is a requirement to create a constraint for a dependency. when i go to the transaction cu01 to create a dependency and try to add the code for constraint. The screen do not show me any means of adding the code. There are options for adding PRECONDITION, ACTION, SELECTION CONDITION and PROCEDURE. But when i go to the transaction CU03 i see additional option on the screen RULES & CONSTRAINTS. Could any help me out in creating the constraint for a dependency.

Thanks in Advance

Shiv

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2007 at 04:20 AM

    Hi shiv,

    If you want to create a Constraint then you need to first create a constraint Net Via T-Code CU21 ; then in that constraint Net you need to create a constraint like any other dependency. Hope it helps you, Please award points if find helpful else specifiy any other clarification.

    Reagrds,

    Gaurav Kumar

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    Posted on Jan 02, 2007 at 05:09 AM

    Hi Gaurav,

    Tanx for your reply. It was really helpful in solving the issue. The code that needs to written is not ABAP code. Could you please suggest me some way by which i can learn the coding.

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      Hi Raj,

      The depenedencies and constraints are bit confusing for ABAP people, there are experts in this forum like Gaurav (who helped me a lot ) and ajay (he is also expert ) you can give the exact requirement to them and they will defnetly be able to help you out. You can also send me the requirement so jus can try on it and help you if some thing could be done.

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