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Mandatory movement type

Hi,

I want to make one field containing movement type 301 to be appeared unchangeable or not modifiable in MB1B.

Is there any way to make that Movement type field mandatory with 301 only.

Regards,

seenu

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 11:46 AM

    Dear Reddy,

    I dont know whwther its possible for one particular movement

    type that field should be mandatory.

    First confirm with the ABAP consultant for the field which are

    meaning in MB1B T code,whether a field exit is

    possible.

    If so,then it will remain mandatory irrespective of the

    movement type.

    Also check whtehr it can be made via Transaction variant or

    screen variant using T code SHD0.

    Regards

    Mangal

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      Hi,

      Greying out a field may not be possible without changing in the standard code. here you could loop into the screen for a particular Movement Type and mosify the Screen properties for the field you want as display only make screen-input = '0'.

      Else you could make use of any exit like MB_CF001, MBCF0002, MBCF0005.

      Ask ur ABAPer to put a warning message which does not allow to change the field you want to.

      Regards,

      Ankesh

      TCS

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 04:25 PM

    Use SHD0- transaction variant and make one field as display

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2008 at 04:14 AM

    Youcan use LSMW or developed program to execute MB1b with fixed movement type 301

    Shivanand

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