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in FireFighter ID after loged in, can Reason and OR Activity screen be mand

Hello All,

for Tcode = /VIRSA/VFAT - Firefighter

Please help, Some one with SAP FireFighter ids experience.

Once a user loged in as a FireFighter in the Compliance Callibrator, screen pop up asking to enter Reason and Activity need to be performed before a User can take any action or can go any further.

My question is that, is there any way under FireFighter configuration or so that, the Reason / Activity field can be mandatory?

Because in our environment most of the users are not entering Reason or Activity they are performing

please if you know the answer, let me know ASAP.

Thanks in advance!!!

Syd.

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    Posted on Jul 20, 2011 at 07:16 PM

    Hi Syd,

    Reason code is a mandatory field that every user should select while using Firefighter. However, the Activity screen validation is not possible, since it is a text field.

    You need to further educate the users/manager on the importance of adding the activity information.

    Regards,

    Raghu

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      Hi Syd,

      I've verified further and find that you can implement text field restrictions in /VIRSA/ZVFAT ABAP program. Check for the below lines:

       
      data : desc(128), desc1(128), comment(255).
      **Reason And Activity
      data : it_reason like /virsa/reason occurs 0 with header line,
             it_activity like /virsa/activity occurs 0 with header line,
             it_thead like thead,
             it_thead1 like thead,
             it_line like tline occurs 0 with header line,
             it_line1 like tline occurs 0 with header line.
      data : rcode like /virsa/zffrcd-rcode.
      data: t_path1 type string.

      Your ABAPer is the best person to implement this restriction 😊

      Regards,

      Raghu

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