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Copy the infotype 2002 to 9002

How can i Do to copy the standard infotype 2002 to a new 9002 ?

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  • Posted on Feb 04, 2005 at 11:24 PM

    Hi Cesar

    To create the infotype 9002 (be sure ther is not an infotype of this name); -I am not sure whether 9002 is reserved. Anyway, if so, you can use another number-.

    1. Create the structure <b>PS9002</b> just like the structure PS0002. You can certainly use "Copy" of <b>SE11</b> interface.

    2. Use the transaction code <b>PM01</b> to create the infotype. Just enter "9002" to the infotype number field and press create. Enter infotype specifications using toolbar buttons at the same screen.

    3. You can edit the screen and its flow logic for the infotype by editing the program with name <b>"MP900200"</b> (this suits the mask MPXXXX00).

    I know this is a very brief explanation, but it is straight-forward in a sense.

    Hope this much helps...


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    Posted on Feb 09, 2005 at 03:08 PM

    Thank you very much !!!

    I could create the infotype 9002. But not the sub types.

    How can I do to copy the subtype of the 2002 to the 9002.


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    • Hi Cesar

      You should maintain the table which 2002 has as the subtypes table (generally infotypes have T591A as I remember, but it may be different). Check it at PM01 by pressing the button to see infotype attributes. There you can see the subtypes table for 2002. So enter the same value that 2002 has for 9002.

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