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Hi,

I have applied one note 1061746(Account specification for narway) with snote.

this note purpose is, it will create three new FI reports, needed for legal requirement in norway.

In processing status it is showing right green mark, but it has not created any programs in sap. i checked in the log, it is showing corrections are 'not implemented'.

Now i want to revert the note and i want to download the note once again

what is step by step procedure for this one, if i revert the note, is it completely delete from snote.

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  • Posted on May 01, 2008 at 01:08 PM

    In SNOTE go to note browser.

    In the overview which is shown, select the one you want to revert. Now in the menu (don't know the exact name or functions) search for 'revert', 'undo' or something like it.

    BTW: Looks to me that you have to do quite some things manually, did you?

    Like downloading the attachment from the note and using it???!!

    Edited by: Micky Oestreich on May 1, 2008 3:11 PM

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    • Hi Raja,

      First Un-implement the note. If you go through the snote documentation it mentions about doing manual changes rather than typical snote implementation where you download + Execute etc.

      I am not sure which version of SAP you are in. Also check the package level implemented for the system and follow the 1061746 snot instructions.

      This should solve your problem.

      Regards,

      Raj

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