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Tr-cd FV60 FV70 deactirve post button by variant on simulation screen

Hi expart.

I would like to deactive post button when we use similation.

As I can see the system name, I thought I need to make the variant by tr-cd SHD0. and the program,"SAPLF064" and "STD_SIMU_PP", managed the button in the simulation screen .

But, it do not change it.

Does someone know how to deactive button on simulation scrreen.

Regards

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    Posted on Sep 14, 2011 at 09:55 AM

    Hi Akihito Yamada ,

    I have same problem with this, and finally I got the solution.

    The solution is we should implement BTE (Tcode FIBF) P/S module, event 00001140 (POST DOCUMENT: Exclude OK Codes (Enjoy))

    Since my requirement is the button should be not displayed for new document (not yet parked), then I put code in the implementation FM :

    TYPE-POOLS:
        abap.
    
      DATA:
        lwa_excltab_line TYPE excltab_line.
    
      IF i_parked = abap_false. "Document not yet parked
    
    *   Exclude 'post' button
        CLEAR lwa_excltab_line.
        lwa_excltab_line-okcod = 'BU'.
        APPEND lwa_excltab_line TO t_exctab.
    
    *   Exclude 'save as complete' button
        CLEAR lwa_excltab_line.
        lwa_excltab_line-okcod = 'PBBP'.
        APPEND lwa_excltab_line TO t_exctab.
    
      ENDIF.

    Hope my solution can help you and other people who had same problem.

    Thanks.

    INDONESIA 😊

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2011 at 02:46 AM

    Hi,

    Please first check whether your new screen variant is activated in SHD0 or not.

    Regards,

    Gaurav

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      HI

      >Please first check whether your new screen variant is activated in SHD0 or not.

      which button does you sugegst active button?

      My enviroment is ECC6.0.

      when I use Shd0, I can see three tab.

      1. push change button at transaction variant .

      2. push manu function button.

      3. push the functions button after put int program name and status.

      4. Change the status invisible ....

      but it is not work when we are simulate

      do I need to set more information?

      Regards

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2011 at 03:55 AM

    Hi,

    In the change Transaction variant there is an icon "Menu Function". Click on this icon to deactivate the post button.

    Ram

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      Hi

      Yes I did. but still I can see the icon.

      I could deactivate post button first screen at Prgarn "SAPMF05A".

      but I cannot deactivate post button simulation screen by SAPLF064 at STD_SIMU_PP and STD_SIMU

      Do I need to set something more.

      Regards

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Apr 11, 2011 at 07:08 AM

    Hi

    Use Program SAPMF05A with status UBN and UBN_PP. There are the 2 status for "Posting overview after simulation" .

    Try deactivating in these 2 status.

    SAPLF064 does not contain and status.

    Regards

    Ram

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2011 at 09:29 AM

    Hi,

    For the simulate screen, you have to control by way of authorization. As mentioned SAPLF064 does not have any status. You do not have a choice but to control the posting by authorization check.

    Regards

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