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CJ02 and Settlement Rule in display mode


I want to do a enhancement in SAP (rel 604) in transaction CJ02. When users enter CJ02 (and a project) and select "Settlement Rule" the user should only get this read mode (not change mode that is standard functionality in CJ02).

Do you know where this could be done?


Allan Finden

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    Posted on Jan 26, 2010 at 07:47 AM

    Hi Allan,

    Do the below steps:

    1. Enter tcode SHD0 and enter tcode CJ02,Transaction variant as ZCJ02 and click create.

    2. This takes you to CJ02 tcode here select some project which is not closed and click project definition button and this pops up the screen variant of CJ02 Tcode here press continue button and this takes to the inside screen , here again click the settlement rule button and this gives the screen variants press on continue until you reach the settlement rule screen here once you reach press enter and this gives you screen variant of settlement rule screen here you can get all the fields of settlement rule in the variant and here select output only option for all the fields and click exit and save option and then save in some development class and then check for the testing purpose .

    3. You can create a development class and this would give you a request for that development class ..thus u can transport ..

    4. You can do the same for tcode CJ01 tcode if required ..

    5. You can use the menu functions option in the screen variant to remove the create icon in settlement rule if required ..



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