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Table Name for User Satatus


Anybody know Notification User status and system status stored in which table?



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    Posted on Feb 01, 2008 at 06:55 AM


    Since system statuses are hard coded entities, I doubt whether transaction based access to them is available.

    The exhaustive list of system statuses is available in tables TJ02 / TJ02T. Apart from above, all the tables related to system statuses are listed below:

    TJ01 Business Transactions

    TJ01T Business Transaction Texts

    TJ01V Responsible for business processes

    TJ02 System status

    TJ02T System status texts

    TJ02V Responsible for system status

    TJ03 Object types

    TJ03T Texts for object types

    TJ03V Responsible for object types

    TJ04 Status control for object type

    TJ05 Permitted transactions per object type

    TJ06 System statuses set/deleted by process

    TJ07 Influence of system status on transaction

    In the early days of R/3, and maybe even R2, you could configure the delivered system status. However, this functionality was removed (to protect the integrity of the delivered system status), as I recall in release 3.1. So, now you configure user status to manage customer-specific requirements.

    IMPORTANT: When you influence a business transaction in both, system and user status settings, a single DISALLOW will override a single ALLOW.

    For example: With system status TECO, new purchase orders are DISALLOWED. If you create a user status, that ALLOWS new purchase orders with system status TECO, it will NOT override the system status setting. New purchase orders will not be allowed, even though the user status allows.

    Another example: With system status REL, new purchase orders are ALLOWED. If you create a user status, that DISALLOWS purchase orders, it will override the system status, and new purchase orders will not be allowed.

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