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Removing Object List from Maintnenance Item

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Is it possible to remove some of the object from Maintenance Item object list through ABAP programming.If Yes then can you please guide me how i can write the functional specification for the same.Just I need some hint.



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    Posted on Nov 15, 2012 at 09:34 AM

    I've had a quick look around and I can't find a program/function module that deletes a object from the Object List in a maintenance item.

    So that leaves you with a few options:

    • Determine how SAP deletes an object (when the user presses the delete button) by debugging the program. Then see if its possible to copy this process
    • Try creating a BDC program to delete the objects, but this can be tricky as you need to know which line(s) to select. And if there are multiple pages it gets even harder..
    • See if scripting can do the same job as above


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    • Former Member Kavya Dhawal

      If you see that previously mentioned thread, there you can't identify the exact row or equipment code.

      One maintenance plan will have 5 equipments & 2nd will have 7 equipments.

      From first maintenance plan, you will delete 2 & 5 th rows (say equipment code is 1 & 2). From 2nd maintenance plan, you may need to delete 1 & 3 rows (say equipment code is 1 & 5).

      In this case, what is the common data which ABAP program can take as reference & delete.

      Even row numbers are different as well as equipment numbers are also different. Only thing, you have to keep some common data in equipment master so that whatever equipment is having that data will be deleted from object list.

      For that only, I mentioned to create one characteristics with Yes or No option.

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    Posted on Nov 14, 2012 at 05:27 PM

    You already opened a thread with same question. For your reference

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