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During conf-plant field in goods movement screen - to be didplay

During Confirmation of a process order, in the goods movement screen, user can change the plant for a component...As a default it is copying the order header plant.

Since it is a changeable field i.e. value can be changed , user is changing the filed value and system is issuing the material from that plant.

Since the user has authorization in many both plant, hence I cannot restrict by authorization.

I tried in CO86 to change field status, but I am not in the position to get the plant filed in goods movement screen.

I am changing the screen with transaction variant, but I need to change all the training documents which is very big job and train many people.

Is there any other way out?

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 12:39 AM

    Hi Rajesha

    Not fully sure but i think you can use the BADi ( WORKORDER_CONFIRM) to acheive this.

    BADI Details-

    Definition - WORKORDER_CONFIRM



    Within this a system message may be issued only in in these conditions, while saving the confirmation ERROR_WITH_MESSAGE (for AT_SAVE method) or NOT_ALLOWED (for AT_CANCEL_CHECK method) at the same time

    Just try this with your ABAP consultant ...

    IT'll not make the plant field in display mode..but send an error if doesn't match with the plant in order header

    Best Regards

    Sumit Sharma

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