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Settings thru Trans variant (SHD0)

Hi Friends,

We need to edit account assignemnt data for 20% of people in Service Entry Sheet(ML81N)

and we need to have not editable mode for 80% of people in Service Entry Sheet(ML81N), account assignemnt data.

I try to do this with SHD0 but couldn't succeed.

I created two Z transactions & made transaction variants differently. But when I try to activate it is acceptoing only one.

Is there any other way of doing it ? Does any one succeeded with this type of scenario. I tried with many permuations & combinations, but couldn't succeed. I could able to create one set of screen variants & assigned to transaction variant. But when I am trying to make another set of screen variant for the same same screens with differnt name it is showing correctly i.e correct screen is not coming or become not editable mode. I could not able to create in that scenario.

I created transaction variant and assigned to variant group(assigned to user, set proposal). after that assigned to new transaction code. I even tried with assigning to std.variant.

SHD0 is common transaction, so that I am writing to this group.


Sai Krishna

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    Posted on Nov 05, 2009 at 05:11 PM

    Sai, you should create variant groups and then assign the users to the repective group. You should not activate your variants as "Standar variant".

    Best regards.


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    • Hi Cristòbal,

      I could n't able to do in this manner. I created two trans variants & assigned these two to new I controlled authorization also in that.

      Still I couldn't able to understand even after creating variant group , did set proposal, assinged user and transaction assigned I couldn't succeed.


      Sai Krishna

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