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Related to Invoice verification system messages

Hi Experts,

This is related to invoice verification system messages.

Client requirement is to configure each system message which are related to logistics invoice verification for almost 1000 user id's.

Total number of user id's: more than 10,000 in the client instance.

Ex: Message id 232

Need to configure message id 232 1000 times, each entry with one user id in the transaction OMRM.

Similarly, we need to configure almost 500 system messages for the 1000 user id's.

So, practically it's very difficult to maintain each system message for these many id's.

If we are keeping user id filed blank, then these message setting will be applicable for the remaining user id's also, for which these messages are not required to display.

Kindly please advice how to configure this.

Is it possible to configure these messages at user group id level or any other option.

Kindly update ASAP.

Thanks in advance



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    Posted on Dec 10, 2011 at 12:20 PM


    You can use LSMW recording w/o any problem for this. Instead of using the path in SPRO you should use transaction OMRM in the recording.

    for details of LSMW follow this link

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