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Mass change of certain fields thru list of equipments IE

Hi,

Instead of writing LSMW, i am looking for mass change option for list of equipments available thru IE05 under Go To----> Carry out a mass change.

Its giving me a error message :

Objekt PM_MASS_TECH_OBJECTS is not maintained

Message no. BL010

Diagnosis

An application log entry is to be made for object PM_MASS_TECH_OBJECTS. This object is, however, not maintained as an application log object.

Objects and subobjects of the application log are created using transaction SLG0.

System Response

The program had to be cancelled.

Procedure

Inform the system administrator.

I went thru the forum link: Mass Change of Functional Locations - error message "Objekt PM_MASS..... and read the note 1166820.

Please tel me the steps to do in order to include Object : PM_MASS_TECH_OBJECTS

Object Text: Mass Change of Equipments and Functional locations

in table as per the note...

Please provide some detailed steps..

Authorization is no issue as i have profile: SAP_ALL

Thanks

Murad..

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  • Posted on Apr 13, 2011 at 02:59 PM

    Hi,

    The business function LOG_EAM_SIMP needs to be activated - based on the error you receive this is probably already active. To proceed, just run transaction SLG0 and add a new object PM_MASS_TECH_OBJECTS with the description given in the note. There are no sub-objects or other entries required.

    -Paul

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  • Posted on May 11, 2011 at 06:13 AM

    Hi All,

    i'm trying to change a filed value as null. i.e. a value is maintained in pp work centre field for functional location. i want to delete this value to keep this field as blank. By using this mass change functionality i'm not able to do so. can any body hep me out to this problem.

    Raj

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