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mmbe default in ecc

i've searched and can't seem to find anything. maybe easily overlooked. is there a way to save a user specific default view (size and position) of the different stock columns?

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    Posted on Oct 21, 2008 at 09:47 PM

    HI,

    U need to create a new, custom "display version" in IMG Materials Managemetn > Inv Management > reporting > Define stock list display. You can control the columns in there. Then on the selection screen of MMBE enter the Display vresion. May want ot investigate use of Parameter ID VST0

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    Posted on Oct 21, 2008 at 07:58 PM

    I believe the only options are to configure a display version which specifies the columns you want to see in the results. Otherwise, not very customizable. I thought it had an option to display it in a grid in ECC? I am working in 4.6 now again and don't have access to a 6.0 system to play in to check.

    The users at my location usually prefer to use MB52 because they can save variants and layouts. The trouble in MB52 is that anyone who uses Layout Management can change the default setting.

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