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hundreds of network to close...HELP!

Hi Gurus!

I kindly ask for you help with this matter: in our system there are lots of network to confirm and close and other houndreds of network to confirmed to close. Is there a way to do a massive closure of network? I can not close the WBS elements or the project. Thanks in advance for collaboration!

SARA

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  • Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 12:43 PM

    Your best bet is to script it out via LSMW or eCATT. There is a mass change function for PS but it doesn't support anything with the System/User Status fields.

    -nathan

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    • Sara,

      There is mass processing available via the Mass Maintenance tool that supports PS. You can access it via transaction CNMASS. It is similar to the mass transaction processing such as CN27 that you reference but is limited to master data changes.

      But this does not support System/User status changes. It only supports changes to various attributes such as dates, cost center, company code, description, investment profile, tax jurisdiction code, etc.

      The only way that I know of to solve this is a custom solution... and the easiest way is via eCATT (tcode SECATT ) or LSMW (tcode LSMW).

      -nathan

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 01:54 PM

    Thank you, I got it! I can not change status if someone of my IT support is not going to customize any function. My best regards and many thanks for collaboration!

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