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How to hide button "Period Structure" in Planning Book ?

Hello,

Does anyone know how I can hide the button "Period Structure" (button showing a "calendar" icon which allows to change the time bucket profile) in the planning book screen (not all of our users should be allowed to use it)? We are on SCM 5.0. Is there any user-exit, user parameter, authorization object which can be used?

Thank you.

Regards,

Klemens

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    Posted on Oct 15, 2007 at 06:17 PM

    Did you try restriction on time bucket profile per se ? Object C_APO_FUN and function S_TIMEB. So although the button will be available, they will not be able switch to other time bucket profiles other than the ones in data views.

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    • The disaggregation is exactly the issue - we do not want users to enter one number on year-level to have it disaggregated on monthly buckets in the background. Hence, only input on month-level should be allowed. We have just upgraded from SCM 4.0 where this was no issue because the useres were unable to change the period structure themselves. In SCM 5.0 they now can change it which we want to avoid.

      Also, we have some planning books where the user should only see and manage data on a daily level where an aggregated number on a month-level has no meaning (and again the disaggregation "danger").

      Regards,

      Klemens

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2007 at 12:33 PM

    Hi we have the same problem - anybody have a solution how to hide this button?

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