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Validity link

Dear all

I have created class ,chara, value and maintain validity of document at time of creation of DIR.But that validity is used for disply purpose but it can not control the document.

ex: valid from --30 june 2009

valid to -


21 july 2009

IF I am putted same validity like above in DIR . System should not allow to acess the DIR . after finishing the validity (means today)

tell me how to link to DIR ?

Kindly help

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2009 at 08:01 AM

    Hi Harish,

    from my point of view the date in the classifcation characteristic is not having any effect on the access permission for the

    document info record. To restrict the change permission or the access to some documents which validity has epired I think you need to implement a special authorization check by using BADI DOCUMENT_MAIN01 (method BEFORE_READ_DATA or AFTER_READ_DATA) or DOCUMENT_AUTH01.

    With this BADI implementation a check could be done to verify if the 'valid to' date is in the past and if it is then the document info record should not be acessed in change mode.

    I hope this information could be useful for you.

    Best regards,

    Christoph

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2009 at 08:15 AM

    hi,

    Goto, DC10 define document type basic data screen u will find class type and class, 017 is your class type and u enter class name what u created using classification.

    save , Now ur document is linked with your class.

    in Charactristic, basic data screen set flag to restricatable. and statuse should be released.

    in Additional data, enter your Document attributes.

    restriction choose 017.

    Benakaraj

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