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SAP EHS NEW SUBSTANCE CREATION USING T-CODE CG02

HI all,

I am a EHS beginner,would like to know about substance creation using CG02.

I want to create a REAL_SUB with reference substance (any),can anybody guide me how to create it step by step.

means how to create it ,property tree,value assignment,usage.

Thanks in Advance

Uday

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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2012 at 05:29 AM
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    • Hi Uday,

      Let's do it step by step, then. In CG02, click on the white paper in the top left corner to create a new spec. You will have to enter a specification type and an authorization group. Save it, then enter all other data you want to have. The create your reference substance the same way. Following this, go to your original specification. In the header data in the tab "References", enter the spec ID of your reference substance. That's it. Now all data from the reference substance are referenced to your original substance.


      Ralph

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2012 at 12:20 PM

    Hi Uday,

    The first & the foremost step is to define the "Specification Type" and you have created "Real-sub" as your specification type. In the same definition screen in SPRO, after creating Specification type, assign it to Specification Category (Substance) & assign it to Property Tree (Standard)

    Now, you go to CG02 - Edit mode. In the Edit Specification - Initial screen, click on create button.

    Select the Specification Type as "Real_Sub" and Authorization group as "ALL". The Specification number will be generated by the system. Save the entry.

    Now go to Identifiers tab and provide the name of the Substance.

    Once you save the entry, the Property Tree will be enabled for the inputs.

    Specify the properties of the substance along with the Composition in the Property tree and Save the entry.

    Hope it Helps,

    Raghu

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