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Validation and substitution

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could you explain about validation and substitution.

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suresh

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2008 at 06:21 AM

    Validations are Check Settings, and return a Message if the

    prerequisti chek condition is met.

    Examples: At the time of MIRO Making the mandatory of Business place, In cash journal restricting the amount not to pay more than the specified amounts etc.

    Suppose if u want to default Business Area BUSN when Company Code is 0011 the u can make this with Validation funcion.

    During substitution, certain entered values are checked against one or more condition(s) defined by the user. If the condition is met, the system replaces the entered values with the values determined on the basis of the conditions for

    substitution.

    Thanks

    Hari

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2008 at 08:02 AM

    Hi Suresh,

    Validation is used to check the fields value when user is entering and returns a message if conditions are not met.

    Example :- For company code 1234 you wnat user to input only abcd business area. if user enter ohter than abcd he should promt a messae that bsuiness area is not correct. This can be acheived using validation

    T-code: GGB0

    Activate: OB28

    Substitution: Subsution is used to substitute value of the field without user knowledge

    Example :- In the above example if the user enter cdef as business area system will automatically input abcd without the user knowlege

    T-code: GGB1

    Best Regards

    Ashish Jain

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