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How to hide select views & tab in transaction MM03

Hello Experts!!!

I get a requirement for t-code MM03. I need to hide all the u2018select viewsu2019 against the chosen material number where data has not been entered by user.

Scenario let say there is a Material 1500-620 and data is been entered only in BASIC DATA 1 & SALES GENERAL/PLANT DATA. Now I donu2019t want to show any other u2018select viewsu2019 for this material to user. Also it will be great if I can hide all other tabs which donu2019t belong to basic data 1 & sales general/plant data.

Does anybody know how I can implement this ideally though BADIu2019s

Thanks a lot in advance.

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2008 at 10:56 AM

    You can suppress the fields and hide by going to tcode SHDO and creating ur own custom transaction variant and hiding those.

    if this works please reward me points.

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    Posted on Aug 04, 2008 at 11:04 AM

    Hello Experts!!!

    Thanks RAMMOHAN for you reply. But I donu2019t have to use SHDO. It has to be control through either user-exit or BADI.

    Once again I need to change the sequence of MM02 logical screen and hide few of them. I found a BADI u2018BADI_SCREEN_LOGIC_RTu2019 which triggers before MM02 shows up. This BADI has 3 methods. In se19 I implement this BADI but Iu2019m interesting in 1st and 3rd method of this BADI. For some reason code is not going in those methods even though I put break point in those methods. Can anybody look this BADI and tell me how to get the values for 1st and 3rd methods of this BADI.

    Thanks all.

    Points will surely be rewarded.

    Edited by: zero cool on Aug 4, 2008 1:06 PM

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