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Solution Directory--Business process --Check in /Out option

Dear Friends,

I am working in Solution directory (t.code: DSWP). I have created one maintenance project. In this maintenance project i have maintained the following business process.

1. Sale Order Processing

2. Production Order Processing.

These two business processes are currently running in my R/3 production process.

In SOLAR01 , "admin" tab i have assigned project team member as "ZSRAGHU" for business process 'Sale Order Processing"

Like the same way, for business process "Production order Processing" i have assigned the project team member as "ZSRAO".

In SOLAR_PROJECT_ADMIN t.code, i have checked in the box "Restrict changes to nodes in project to assigned team members" so that only assigned team member can edit the business process.

Now i have assigned this maintenance project to my Solution. (The name of my Solution is "TEST")

As per the document, if the business process has been "checked Out" from Solution directory by the project lead, then only the team mmeber can edit the process in SOLR01.

Am i right?

But in my system, the team members are possible to edit the business process (In SOLAR01..."Structure" tab) before the business process are being "Checked Out" from Solution directory.

I want to restrict this option to my team members.

My requirement is:

If the Business process been "Checked out" in Solution, then only the team member can able to edit the business process in SOLAR01 otherwise i can not preserve my production business process....

Please guide me to achive this & will be very much rewarded.


In "SOLAR_PROJECT_ADMIN" under "Scope" tab, check in the box "Edit structures" will NOT help to map this requirement as all aware.



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    Posted on Mar 25, 2008 at 10:07 AM

    Dear friends,

    I am waiting for your valuable reply & will be very much appreciated.



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