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f4 help for account assignment field on local scenario?

Hi All,

I am running standalone (local) scenario on SRM 7.01. I have created local backend/logical system with system type "remote_01" with local FI validation, and maintained the local account assignment table (with cost centers and GLs).

When i create a shopping cart, it validates the cost center and GL fields correctly (i.e. it will only let me enter values that are in the local account assignment table). However, if i click f4 (drop down list) on cost center, it doesnt show all values (it only shows the one entry that is set in user attribute). When i click f4 (drop down list) on GL account, it doesnt show any relevant values.

Does anyone know why? I would expect the f4 helps to display all entries that i maintained in the local account assignment table, but it doesnt.



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    Posted on Apr 28, 2012 at 01:03 PM


    Please try with deactivate "BE_F4_HELP" in user authorizations. In Default it is activated.


    Select the role

    Display authorisation data

    BBP Component

    Componet: SRM General Access Authorizations in EBP.

    Edi the component and deselect the check box

    Save and Generate the Role

    Please check again

    Best Regards


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    • Hi Malay Pothal,

      thanks for the note. I couldnt see the screen shot you attached. Can you describe what you attached?

      Since this is a local system, do I really need an RFC? If so, do you happen to know if the RFC destination should be set-up differently that the other existing RFC destinations that I have? (fyi - since i am also integrated with R/3, I have defined an RFC destination for each R/3 back-end)

      I also have my SRM system set up (SRDCLNT100) with an RFC destination SRDCLNT100. I tried assigning this RFC destination to my Remote_01 local system (MFGCLNT010), however it still doesnt work. Do i need to create a new RFC destination specifically for MFGCLNT010 (i.e. create one and call it MFGCLNT010)?



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