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PPOM_OLD和PPOME可以同时打开同时修改

PPOM_OLD和PPOME可以同时打开同时修改,不会出什么问题吗?

SAP修改数据的时候不是经常会锁住同一用户(不同用户的还没见过)的其他功能模块对同一数据的修改吗,这两个倒是可以同时做哦,不知道找几个终端大家喊一二三同时点保存会有什么结果。00b

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2009 at 03:23 AM

    PPOME_OLD和PPOME用的肯定是一个锁机制,肯定是不能同时修改的,同时打开倒还是有可能,你可以在测试机中试下

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  • Posted on Sep 23, 2009 at 06:00 AM

    实测结果,不论修改description,创建position,或修改object属性等,均显示被lock。

    我是在ECC6.02上测的。

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      哦,又试了一下,比如:

      同时打开PPOM_OLD和PPOME移动其中一个职位,结果是,在PPOM_OLD移动营业经理会遇到错误提示u201CPosition 营业经理 is locked by you.u201D,但在PPOME里直接把营业经理扔到其他部门,然后存盘,没有lock提示,锁了一边。

      两个PPOME同时打开移动一边不行,但是两个PPOM_OLD同时打开,其中一个移动位置,也没有任何提示。

      PPOM_OLD似乎移动后自动存盘了,操作的时候没有常见的lock限制,不知道能不能不同用户同时操作PPOM_OLD(我只有一个用户ID),那样会不会都以为自己操作了,其实只有最后那个人的生效了?还是会出什么奇怪的结果?试试看。

      我这个服务器也是ECC,版本不知。

      Edited by: OGALAXY on Sep 23, 2009 8:43 AM

      归纳一下 我这里的情况

      测试 移动同一个position 营业经理

      同时打开 PPOM_OLD和PPOME

      在PPOM_OLD移动同一个position,系统会提示u201CPosition 营业经理 is locked by youu201D

      在PPOME移动同一个position,系统没有任何提示。

      同时打开两个PPOME

      在任何一个PPOME中移动同一个position,系统会提示u201CPosition 营业经理 is locked by youu201D

      同时打开两个PPOM_OLD

      在任何一个PPOM_OLD中移动同一个position,系统都没有任何提示。

      不同用户的情况应该最值得期待,可惜我只有一个ID。

      系统是ECC。

      Edited by: OGALAXY on Sep 23, 2009 8:49 AM

      Edited by: OGALAXY on Sep 23, 2009 8:56 AM

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2009 at 07:04 AM

    SAPl里面的锁机制不是根据用户ID来锁的,是根据这条记录来锁定的(锁对象),所以不需要测多个ID

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