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Planner group name in IW49N report (List of orders & operations)

Dear All,

My client wants to see planner group name (Mr.ABC, Mr.XYZ) in the report IW49N (List of Orders & Operations) instead of PG (001,002)

Planner group we have defined as a individual maintenance engineer name like,

PG Name of the Maintennace Planner Group

001 Mr.ABC

002 Mr.XYZ

Can is it possible to see Planner Group Name in the standard report IW49N ? std. report shows only Planner Group.

Is there any user exit or enhancement available for the same so i can bring the name in IW49N report.

Thanks & Regards,


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    Posted on Jan 26, 2010 at 05:48 AM

    You should be able to use the implicit enhancement functionality available in ECC6.0 to display the Planner group text as well.If you are in EHP3 or greater then you could also use the BADI BADI_EAM_SINGLELEVEL_LIST to accomplish this as well.



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      These are the dis-advantages of using Implicit enhancements. The program may have been changed substantially between releases and hence even though the implicit enhancement may be executed successfully, it may be useless.Check the program logic again in the new version. Always use implicit enhancements as the very last resort and if the business benefit outweigh the adjustments you MAY have to make to the program once again during upgrade.

      In your case, With EHP3 , there is a BADI available to add fields to IW49N BADI_EAM_SINGLELEVEL_LIST.Just move your logic from the implicit enhancement to this BADI and you should be good.You would have to activate business function LOG_EAM_CI_2 to activate this BADI.



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