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CV01N----Can anybody solve this interesting issue ?

In CV01n when we upload any excel file data the data get save in SAP system. Now suppose if we delete the particular excel file data or replace the data then can the system show us the delete or replace file history, so that the changes made can be catched.

I required this because in our company labels artwork are uploaded by QC department in PIF form in CV01n and our label department print the labels by taking labels artwork display from CV03n.

But in some case if the labels are got rejected due to some mistake from our QC department then the changes made by our QC department can't get identified by our label department. Our QC department say that we have not made any changes in labels artwork the labels got rejected because the labels department didn't followed the correct artwork which was available in SAP system.

Please provide your solution to this or suggest some other reliable system for proper system.

Thanking You...........

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  • Posted on Jul 14, 2011 at 01:30 PM

    You need to employ more strict procedures of configuration management, like is common in enigeering drawings.

    I can't give you the full path here, but the idea is to use document versions, and vaulting (check-in check0out), so every time a document is changed, a new version is automatically created, and the old one remains as not active.

    This way you will be able to control the process, and have all the info you need.

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