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list of accounts with a specific "field status"

Hi everyone,

I am looking for a way to list all accounts that are matched to a specific field status (I hope the translation is correct -> the field status defines which fields can be seen on the screen and which of them are mandatory to fill in etc.).

To give you an example: I provide the field status "G001" and expect a list, which looks like the following:

Account Field Status

1234 G001

1244 G001

etc...

Thanks for your help - I appreciate it!

Regards,

bjoern

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2007 at 09:15 AM

    Hi Bjoern,

    Execute trasaction code <b>SE11</b> and use table <b>SKB1</b>. Click on "<b>Display</b>" icon. Then, click on the "<b>Content</b>" icon on the application toolbar(this is the 4th icon from the right). Type in your company code, remove the output limit of 200 and execute. To restrict your display list, Click on <b>Setting -> List Format -> Choose Fields.. -> Deselect All</b> -> Then select <b>MANDT</b>(Client), <b>BUKRS</b>(Company Code), <b>SAKNR</b>(G/L Account Number) & <b>FSTAG</b>(Field Status Group). This should give you the list you want.

    I hope the above helps.

    Do not forget to award the points please.

    Regards,

    Jacob

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2007 at 09:20 AM

    Jacob!

    Great, that's exactly what I wanted - thanks a lot!!!!!!

    Regards,

    bjoern

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    Posted on Jan 16, 2007 at 09:29 AM

    Hi Bjoern,

    You're welcome. The best way to say thank you here is to award the <b>10 points</b> that the problem is solved.

    Regards,

    Jacob

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