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Issue with regeneration of screens for program RVV50R10C

Hi All,

We have a custom program with BDC simulation of the standard transaction VL10F. The program was working fine since the system went until last week. It started failing since 5 Aug 08. On further investigation we have noticed that the screen names of few fields changed on 5 Aug 08, this was because someone regenerated the program. We know that the program was regenerated on 5 Aug but do not know who regenerated it or how was this program regenerated. The issue is the screen names of those fields are inconsistent across the systems as this regeneration happenned only in the production system. I would need answers to 2 questions.

1) How can I know who regenerated this program/screen?

2) How do I make all my systems consistent across the board?



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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 09:11 PM

    Although this is not an direct answer to your question but, you may wanna look into it.

    According to OSS note 397856:

    You encounter problems when trying to call up Transaction VL10* as a batch input or Call Transaction.
    Other terms
    VL10A, VL10B, VL10C, VL10D, VL10E, VL10F, VL10G, VL10H, VL10I, VL10BATCH, SCAT, CATT
    Batch inputs or Call Transaction for Transactions VL10* are not provided for.These transactions are assigned to reports RVV50R10A, RVV50R10B and RVV50R10C and can be called via Submit Report and a variant including the user role. Refer to Note 310022 to create the variant.

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