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grey field for project definition and WBS element

Dear all,

I have created a project and WBS element in CJ01. Now I go via CJ02 to the change mode and the project ID and WBS element ID is not greyed out. But I would like that the system shows these key fields as not changeable anymore, only fields like description should be changable. Can you please tell me, which customizing step I missed to get the grey field for project ID/WBS element ID?

FYI I do not use a project mask to create the project.

Thanks for your answer.

Heidi

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Aug 06, 2008 at 03:29 PM

    Hi Heidi ,

    I don't think you can grey out the Project Definition and the WBS Element fields after the creation .

    If you want to restrict the users to change the Proj definition and WBS , a better way is through

    Authorization objects and restricting only specified users to change the WBS

    Kish

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    Posted on Aug 07, 2008 at 04:19 AM

    u have to create a user status which disallow this transaction.

    1) create a user status profile wirth the user status, ex: "GRY" - gryout WBS & proj Definition code.

    2)Provide the objects relevant for this status

    3)go the transaction control and check the respective transaction

    4) Assign the status profile to the project profile, if its a new project

    5) if its a old project assign the status profiel for each object.

    Regards

    Murali

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