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Is it possible to be able to create a order reason preference list rather than having to scroll down a huge list

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Is there possibility of being able to create a order reason(VA01, VA02, VA03) preference list rather than having to scroll down a huge list as there is a long list displayed.

So we want to restrict the long list using user preference list...

If the user had the ability to create a user preference list this would not only save the user time but also error in choosing from big list.

Therefore, requirement is to create a User preference list

Since Va01, Order reason field is having Drop down facility. And it is a standard field.

How do i restrict the list display as per user's choice.

Please suggest.

Ketan--

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2012 at 02:14 PM

    Hi

    I am sorry, but in my opinion it isn't possible. For field VBAK-AUGRU in dynpro SAPMV45A 4440 the elements attributes display set for this field in possible entries the value list is blank or SPACE, so, if you read the help:

    "SPACE Automatic value help (default) or POV value help.

      • The help processor fills the value list automatically for the Value Request Manager.
      • The main sources are domain fixed values, value tables, and search helps."

      So, the only way is check again the entries and clean it in the table (customizing tools).

      I hope this helps you

      Regards

      Eduardo

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      • Hi Eduardo

        Thanks for your reply..

        Is it not possible to change the Drop-Down into F4 for VBAK-AUGRU using EXIT or BADI. And we can add the Preference list on F4 . As i have seen other fields like incoterms..In that there is F4 attached and we can see preference list in F4 in Incoterms.

        Regards--

        Ketan

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