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Missing fields in Purchasing View

Dear all,

We have got an issue like this.For our client we are using Workflow to

create a material.For this we made a process like this .

User1-Basic Data1&2

User2-Sales Views

User3 or User4-Purchasing Views.Both are having same roles in workflow.

User5- MRP1,2,3&4 Views

User6- Finance&Costing Views

When we create a material,we are getting an issue in Purchasing View.

In Purchasing View User 3 able to see all fields in Purchasing view.

If User 4 tried to fill the data for this Purchasing View some fields

are hidden,which we are not able to see.The missing fields are as


Purchasing Group,Plant-sp.matl status,Tax ind. f.

material,Qual.f.FreeGoodsDis,Autom.PO,but both user3 and user4 share

same roles in workflow.

After that we had given SAP_ALL to User4 and tried to create a material

using standard MM01,then also we are not able to see all fields in

Purchasing View.But User 3 is able to see those fields through MM01 too.I have attached a document,please go through it.

What would be the reason for this?Please suggest us possible

solution,as soon as possible.



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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 09:03 AM


    Option:1=>For user 3 and user 4 , problems in cretaion of material difference, Consult your Basis Consultant.

    Option:2=>For hidden field,follow below steps( in user 3 , check and correct for user 4)

    1. Just click the tab ,(Which is hidden for user 4, in user 3 )and get the field name

    2.Go to T.Code: OMSR and enter that field name and get Selection Group in user

    3.In USER 4,Go to T.code: OMS9 and select your material type and go to "overviews" .In the next screen, you can see your field selection Group, click that and you can make that field required entry for User4 and save.

    Now try to create material in USER 4.

    Hope helpful to you and then reward.


    Biju K

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