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activate MARA-FERTH field

Hi experts,

i'm stuck in this weird problem. Please someone help me.

I want to activate (display) field MARA-FERTH (Production/Inspection Memo) in Basic Data 2 tab (MM02).

In our system, in t-codes MM01/MM02/MM03 field MARA-FERTH (Production/Inspection Memo) is hidden in Basic Data 2 tab.

This field is located in Field Selection Group 15. I have make this field as Required in field reference MM01, MM02, MM03, HAWA.

HAWA is field reference asigned to material for which i checked if this field is required or not.

Even with this, i can't see this field in MM t-codes.


And another question: what is Screen reference ? I've seen that ROH Screen reference is asigned to most material types.

How can i see which screen sequence is asigned to a material type?

Thanks in advance.

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  • Posted on Apr 16, 2010 at 11:40 AM


    Try this goto SPRO->Logistics - General->Material Master->Field Selection->Maintain Field Selection for Data Screens.

    Then give field and enter.In field selection sub-screen select required radio button option for desired t.code.

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      we had the same problem. Debugging through dynpro-handling I got the solution:

      In field selection for data screens, field sel. group 015, field ref. F, you have to set from hide to opt. entry.

      In material types is defined "external purchase orders allowed". If set to 2 (external purchase orders allowed), field settings of SRef are overlayed with field settings of field reference "F". In "F" field sel. group 015 is set to hide, so changing visibility in other field-refs used by material types using external purchase orders allowed has no effect.



      @ Dan: Btw. if you found the solution to your own question and tell everyone 'Hey I got it.', it would be really great telling what's the solution. That's what makes a forum like this valuable.

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