Mass Change of User Status in List transactions within Plant Maintenance
every customer is using user staus within the Plant Maintenance Business Objects like Equipment, Functional Location, Notification, Order to manage the business processes.
Unfortunately Mass Change has of User Status has not been available in the Maintenance Notification List (IW28) as well as in Maintenance Order List (I38)
Now thanks to the Customer Connection program you are able to do mass changes within
More details you find in Innovation DIscovery .
the Note 2539947 is available for download.
This functionality is available in S/4, EHP8, EHP7 as well as EHP6.
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Anyway, good work. I appreciate the clear Explanation and Screenshots, that often offer a better representation of the Improvement than a (sometimes too consice) SAP-KBA ...
This is great news. Will this be available in IW37N for order header user status aswell? If so what is the delivery timeframe and will it require S4HANA?
Mass change in IW37N is on our list of Improvements as well. Not defined at the moment if this includes as well user status.
I am not able to give a timeline but most probably this will be done for Business Suite EHP8 / EHP7 as well.
As far as I know of, this Question was submitted a number of times as a part of the Customer Connection / Improvement initiative ...
Yet the last announcement I saw was that it was deemed that the POWL-Lists for OrderOperations provide a valid Workaround for such functionality.
So I guess this feature will not be developed ... Stephan, any input on this?
still on the list of improvements
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Thank you Stephan for sharing this valuable development.