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Adding text to the SAP QAS (client 300) logon/login screen, how?

Hello,

I am trying to add text to the SAP QAS (client 300) logon/login screen, but I am little bit confused.. I followed the OSS note #205487 http://www.erpgreat.com/bc052.htm but I find this explanation littlr confusing because it doesn't state anything where should I first login, on DEV or QAS? If it is first on DEV it doesn't states how to transport to QAS. I tried to do it directly on client 300 but I receive message:

"Changes to Repository or cross-client Customizing are not permitted.
Choose 'Display object' or 'Cancel'."

I need a simple steps how to do this exactly or some better explanation.

Many thanks in advance for prompt replies!

Cheers;)
Sam

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  • Best Answer
    Jul 30, 2012 at 12:37 PM

    Problem solved via transaction SM02 and system message which is client dependent.

    All the best,
    Sam

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  • Jun 25, 2012 at 08:11 AM

    You need to make the changes in the Development system

    You need to have the following setting in the client "Changes to repository and cross-client customizing allowed"  under cross-client object changes.

    To transport from development create a workbench request and add the object

    R3TR DOCT ZLOGIN_SCREEN_INFO

    You can then transport the request to the subsequent systems.


    Regards

    Ratnajit

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    • Sam,

      You will need to do this activity three times. 

      First, make the change in your development system stating what you want to have appear in your production system and create a transport.  Release the transport and import it to your test and then production systems.

      Second, make the change again in your development system, but this time with the text you want to have appear in your test system.  Create a new transport for this, release it, and import it to your test system.  Do NOT import it to your production system (delete it from your QA worklist so it doesn't get imported there by accident later).

      Third, make the change again in your development system, this time with the text you want to have in your development system.  Don't release this transport; don't import it to any other system.

      Best regards,

      Matt