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OPK0-Adding 8. detail area

Hi gurus,

I have a problem.

I need to add one more subscreen to CO11N.

Im using the only screen exit and 920 numbered screen. However, my problem is that

when it is time to activate the new screen,

I need to exec OPK0 tcode and add one more detail screen.

But There are only 7 detail areas field.(I mean)

Detail areas:

0420: Personnel: incl work center and posting date

0900: freely definable detail screen 1

0220: Quantities: yield/scrap/rework

0910: Freely definable detail screen 2

0500 Dates: execution and forecast

0310: Activities: activity 1 -activity 6............

0841: Confirmation short text

What I will do right now????????

HAve any ideas???????

Thanks in advance......

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    Posted on May 05, 2011 at 12:10 PM

    Hi,

    For getting more than 7 fields in OPK0, you need to activate the Switch framework - "/SAPMP/GENERAL". You can do the same using SFW1 transaction.

    PLEASE NOTE :

    SWF administration for maintenance views, view variants and customizing

    tables.

    In maintenance views, view variants and customizing tables of the core,

    additional fields can exist in an IS solution that must remain switched

    off as long as the IS is not active.

    In the dictionary it should be possible to assign fields of maintenance

    views, view variants and customizing tables to a switch. If the switch

    is in off-state, the field is hidden from the maintenance dialog.

    Note: This switch should only be maintained for customizing objects for

    which a maintenance dialog for maintaining customizing data is

    generated.

    Regards,

    Harish

    Edited by: harishkumar.d on May 5, 2011 2:13 PM

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