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How to change the segment attribute(Max value) in Idocs using we30 ?

Hi Experts,

When using WE30 to view a basic idocs type (in my case ZPRIBK01)and then I double click on a segment type (in my case Z1PID01), it shows the attribute display for this segment type... That is, Minimum number of segments in sequence and maximum number of segments in sequence ... I now need to change the maximum number of segments value but it doesn't let me change this value. I can't do it from the display attributes screen .. and I cant go into change mode on the segment type or segment definition (in my case Z2PID01000) so how to change the maximum segments value ? And i am also not able to cancel release .

Where /how can I change this value ?

Thanks and Regards

Shahab Ansari

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  • Posted on Oct 15, 2012 at 03:54 PM

    Hi Experts ,

    Please add some points to this query....

    Thanks and Regards

    shahab ansari

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  • Posted on Jul 29, 2020 at 06:33 AM

    @Mohammed S

    I just face the same issue...

    My finding is can't modify the segment attribute like the maximum number any more after it's been created. Have to re-create a new segment with correct attribute then replace the old one.

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