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the t-codes for customizing

Could somebody tell me the rules of t-codes for Customizing Implementation in EHS?

For example:

" Specify Value Assignment Types " ( EHS_MD_120_30_3 )

Normally it is the last 4 letters. But what is the rule for this?



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  • Posted on Mar 24, 2010 at 05:41 PM

    Hello Li

    I have never checked if there is really a "rule" regarding this question.

    In any case: from time to time new components will be there in EH&S (like eg. EH&S SVT). SAP is organzing EH&S using "packages" like other SAP modules.

    So may be yes there might be a rule but if you do a research in SPRO you will find mandatory and optional customizing regarding EH&S without problems. And depending on the needs of your customer you need to prepare the corresponding customizing etc.

    On SAP internet you will find some help (so called building blocks)

    or here: (there should be an english version available too).

    I am not sure what you are looking for but may the links helps you a little bit.

    With best regards


    Edited by: Christoph Bergemann on Mar 24, 2010 6:50 PM

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    Posted on Mar 25, 2010 at 03:20 AM

    Hello Li,

    How did you get that T-Code ?

    Coming to T- Code in SAP EHS, My understanding is some development rule - stating they should follow {CG" for Product Safety, WA for Waste management, EHS - for Occupational health and CB for Industrial Hygine and safety) 01, 02, 2b etc based on numbering scheme or some based keywords to recognize Programs they are executing



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