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Block CO Fields on Time Dependent Tab

Hi all,

On t-code AS02 we would like to prevent someone from changing the Cost Center and Internal Order Fields once value has been applied against an asset. I've looked at screen layout and SE93 the t-code maintenance function but I have not been able to figure out how to do this. I know it can be done, so I was hoping to get some guidance from the experts here.

Thank you

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 07:35 PM

    Hi,

    You do one thing..

    Create a authorisation profile for tcode AS02, and assign that AF to desired users, who can edit the asset master data.

    Create another AF, with tcode AS03 and assign to users, whose are not suppose to change any data in asset master.

    Thanks,

    Srinu

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      Hi,

      Then you should go with asset views for each authorisation profile.

      Tcodes: OAPL and ANSICHT

      Change asset views according to your req and assign them to each user. (by changing filed status)

      Play around in your sand box first and then poceed

      This will fix your issue

      Thanks,

      Srinu

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2009 at 08:08 PM

    Actually the answer is for one to use t-code:

    S_AL0_96000020

    Then you make sure there is a check mark in the Bal. sheet column

    "Used in Balance Sheet

    Specifies if the account assignment object is relevant to the balance sheet. Once the asset has been capitalized, it is no longer possible to change the account assignment object in the asset master record."

    This sets the field to block editing once the asset has been capitalized.

    Thanks everyone for suggesting ides.

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2009 at 08:09 PM

    Everyone was really helpful. But I ended up finding the solution on my own this time.

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