( ) , t h e s y s t e m d o e s n o t c a n c e l t h e a c t i v i t y . I t o v e r r i d e s t h e m e s s a g When you choose e log which means it performs the activity. This pushbutton and the ( ) pushbutton
apply to the dialog box and not to the actual activity.
If you do not want to override the message log, choose
does not perform the activity.
. The system then
You can configure the system so that the number of messages are reduced the next time a check is performed.
You cannot override the message log:
When you have viewed the messages, choose system then does not perform the activity.
() in the dialog box. The
The message log is based on Log – Guideline for End Users.
functions. For more information on this topic, see Application
126.96.36.199.4.7.1 Definition of Message Type Overrides
You can override the message log generated for a rule check if this log only contains messages of the type
, , or
. You cannot override message logs that contain an error message (message type
the system does allow you to override rule check messages and change the message type from you have the required authorization.
An override can be applied to the following messages
Messages for validations specified in the rules
Messages for firmly implemented checks
Messages for checks performed by business add-ins (BAdI)
Messages for other checks
Prerequisites The SAP standard messages that users are allowed to override are predefined:
Table T7PIQT100SA (
that users are allowed to override.
) contains the message classes
Table T7PIQT100S (
) contains the messages
that users are allowed to override in each message class. There, you also define which new message type users are allowed to set for a message.
You maintain both of these tables in view cluster VC_T7PIQMSGOVR.
In this view cluster, you define the overrides for standard messages as well as for customer messages (messages for validations contained in the rules and for customer BAdI implementations).
Activities You can set the override for each individual message in the
object of the infotype
(1749). In this infotype, authorized users can change the message type, for example, from an error message (E type) to a warning message (W type).
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