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How to edit chars after saving line in the planning folder

Hi folks,

I've faced with the following problem.

I have planning folder with input layout. I run this folder, input new line and save one. For example, some characterictics of this line was wrong and I should to edit ones. Of course, I can to delete my entry and recreate one with correct chars, but mentioned approach will not saticfy my customer.

Help me, please!

I'm running folders under SAP GUI (i.e. ALV grid), SEM 3.5, BW 3.1C

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  • Posted on Apr 26, 2005 at 06:15 PM

    Hi Dmitry,

    that's the way BPS works. You can not edit the lead column(s) of an existing line. How often does this really happen? It's such a minor issue. Try to focus on thinks that really matter and create value for the customer (business process improvement).

    Alternatively, use a web interface where you get drop-down boxes for new rows and you can't type in anything wrong.



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      You can also set up a repost function where they can specify reposting from 1 value in what is in the original lead column to another value but you may need to post the entire amount of that combination rather then just the incorrectly added subset.

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