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Document Header Text (ECC 6.0)

Hi All,

The document header text field in FB02 T.Code is not active, field name ,BKPF-BKTXT.

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Ali.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 12:02 PM

    Hi

    Try at T.code OB32.

    Document Change Rules, Document Header

    In this activity, you determine under which circumstances fields within posted documents can be changed.

    Note

    For a number of fields, the system itself determines that they can no longer be changed after posting. This includes all fields which are central to the principles of orderly accounting, for example, the amount posted and the account.

    The system also prevents the update objects from being changed in documents which have already been posted, independent of the document change rules. Update objects are elements in the system for which transaction figures or line items are updated, for example, business area or cost centers (if cost center accounting is used in the SAP system). Update objects are entered as additional account assignments during posting.

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    Padma

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 12:02 PM

    Hi Ali,

    This happens due to the specifications in document change rule

    Follow the path as below

    SPRO-- Financial Accounting (New) Financial Accounting Global Settings (New) Document Rules for Changing Documents --Document Change Rules, Document Header

    here make new entries

    Field Name :BKPF-BKTXT

    Account Type:blank

    Tarnscation type: blank

    Check the box for Field can be changed

    save

    Hope this helps

    Regards

    Pratiksha

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