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Change of Row Property during query execution possible?

Hello Experts,

is it possible to change the row property during query execution?

In the case an input ready IP query can be executed for different customers. Depending on the customer class (attribute of customer), a certain row (containing account data) should be input ready or only be shown, but not input ready.

How can this be achieved?

Thank you!

Angie

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2010 at 09:01 AM

    Hi.

    As mentioned above data slice is classic solution for it.

    You can use data slice type of exit.

    In addition you can use regular data slice with user exit variable (such variable will read master data or any and those records will be locked for update). In this case you don't need custom data slice, but only regular data slice with exit variable.

    Regards.

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2010 at 09:12 AM

    Hi Angie,

    To determine the input readiness at Run time based on the master data value of a particular characteristic value (In your case Customer),

    you can create data slice of type exit .

    The data slice is based on an exit class. In the exit class, you can implement a customer-specific logic to protect data records.

    Please refer to http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw2004s/helpdata/en/43/0c033316cd2bc4e10000000a114cbd/frameset.htm

    for more information.

    By using this, the required rows will be shown but not input ready ( As per your requirement)

    Hope this info helps. Or do let us know !!

    Best regards,

    Akshata

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