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view variant in sm30 view

Hi.

I create a view on a custom table through tcode se11.

It works correctly and I can view/mantains records with tcode sm30.

I would like to restrict the view on a field. Is it possible?

The SAp help suggest to create a view variant but I can't understand how I can create it. Where is the variant generetaro in se11/sm30?

Other suggestion is to use a maintenance attribute with "S" (subset) in the maintenance view definition se SE11 but I can't find where is this maintenance attribute .

Thanks for any help.

Stefano

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2011 at 02:16 PM

    you can see that attribute only when you create the Maintenance view directly from SE11 using the View Option(By Creating the maintenance view)

    if you create the Table maintenance using the menu Utilities->Table maintenance Generator option of the Data base table you will not see that option.

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  • Posted on Apr 20, 2011 at 02:02 PM

    Go to SE11 and put the viewname and change.

    In the TAB Delivery and mantenaince, in the DATA BROWSER/TVM field put "display/maintenaince allowed with restrictions".

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  • Posted on Apr 20, 2011 at 02:19 PM

    ok. And then?

    Please note that I have a very low level on SAP development and so any answer should be detailed. Thanks.

    Where can I create a view variant?

    S.

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