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Status access/change for Campaign Document


Whenever we create a campaign document, we see some default status like "Created", "Approve", "Locked", "Obsolete", "Released". How do I see these status in the backend? I have tried to check in the transaction CRMBS02 -> status profiled ID - CRMMDFCP(CRM MDF Campaign) but could not find it anywhere. It shows some options in the German. On double-clicking, I get some list which doesn't match with the options in campaign document.

Are they hardcoded?

How do I assign my own status profile to a campaign document? Is the workflow item attached to each option that we list down in the status?

Can anyone please help me finding the same?



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    Posted on Jun 04, 2012 at 12:06 PM

    Hi Harsh,

    I faced a similar problem sometime back and even I searched for the Standard Status Profile but couldnt find any. Looks like its hard coded.

    What can be done is as below:

    1. Navigate to the Transaction Code :CRMBS02

    2. Maintain the User Status Profile with user status as seen in the Screen Shot Below:

    3. Save the Status Profile

    4. Naviagate to the Campaign Type Page, assign the status profile and Maintain the Settings as shown below for the Field "Hide System Status"

    5. Save the changes

    This should solve the problem. Hope this helps.

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    • Former Member Andrei Vishnevsky

      Hi Andrei,

      I got the solution finally. Everything was correct with workflow configuration. WF-BATCH user was not given proper authorizations. After assigning the correct profiles, I am able to proceed now. 😊


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