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how to disable delete button from menu bar in t-code mfbf

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 09:43 AM

    Below are the userexits and Badis for the transaction MFBF.

    Work with the appropriate one according ur requirement.

    Transaction Code - MFBF Backflushing In Repetitive Mfg

    Enhancement/ Business Add-in Description


    PTRM0001 User Exit for Lead Column in REM Planning Table

    SAPLRMPU Customer Exits for Material Staging

    XMRM0001 User exits: Backflushing in Repetitive Manufacturing

    Business Add-in

    RM_PERFORMANCE_DREQ Performance Improvement in New Distrib. of Dependent Reqmts

    RM_MF50_ROWS BAdI for Hiding Lines in the Planning Table

    RM_LIST_PRODUCTION BAdI for Printing Production Settings

    RM_HR_INTEGRATION HR Integration of REM Backflush

    RM_BFLUSH_GOODSMVT BAdI: Goods Movements in Backflush -Repetitive Manufacturing

    FCO_RM_FUNCTIONS Failure Costs: Enhancements in Repetitive Manufacturing Area

    FCO_CUSTOMER_SPECIF Failure Costs: Customer-Specific Enhancements

    FCO_CO_FUNCTIONS CO Functions for Failure Costs

    CIF_RM_PPR_DISTRIB Distribution of Postprocessing Records in APO

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