Skip to Content
Author's profile photo Paulo Vitoriano

Remove PS Info System pop-up for Database Profile

This is a small tip about how to improve a user interface within PS Info System.

Everyone who ever run PS standard reports remembers a pop-up window to select a PS Info Profile.  There is no save button and even though most of users need the same profile, they have to spend time again and again by selecting the same value from the drop-down list:


It can be solved by maintaining two user parameters PDB and PFL in SU3 transaction:


In case you wonder how to find the names of parameters it can be done in two simple steps directly from the original pop-up window.  First press F1 help button on the Database Profile field:


Next, click on the technical information icon and take a note of the Parameter ID:


Thank you for reading and hope you liked it.

Assigned Tags

      You must be Logged on to comment or reply to a post.
      Author's profile photo Osvaldo Lopez
      Osvaldo Lopez

      Good job! Great tip !

      Thanks for share! 😉

      Author's profile photo Saurabh Tiwari
      Saurabh Tiwari

      Wow..That's great Paulo. Much useful information. 🙂



      Author's profile photo Sammar Razdhan
      Sammar Razdhan

      Good One Paulo. 😉

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Top Class Paulo!!

      Author's profile photo Paulo Vitoriano
      Paulo Vitoriano
      Blog Post Author

      Thank you for positive feedback!  This is something rather basic, but still a quick win on user interface.

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Paulo Vitoriano.. it was awesome!!I  could not get to explore that area.

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Good work. Thank you for sharing..

      Author's profile photo Ken Melching
      Ken Melching

      Great post Paulo.

      This technique applies all over SAP for many fields such as plant, company code, etc.

      Click F1 on a field for help then click on the technical help (hammer and wrench icon).  Look for the Parameter ID (PID) if one is available it will be there.

      Author's profile photo John Pitt
      John Pitt

      Helpful information, thank you very much for sharing.

      Author's profile photo B. Struijk
      B. Struijk

      Thank you very much Paulo.
      You saved me a lot of time figuring out why things work differently in Development as in Production.