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Plant Maintenance Customizing

Plant Maintenance Customizing

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Published by: tonytayic on Aug 23, 2010
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In this step, you can activate alternative labeling for functional locations.


You are using a geographical information system, in which the functional locations are managed
using different labels and/or numbers to those in the R/3 System.

You want it to be possible for specific users to address the same functional location with the label
from the geographical information system. A different label should be available for other users.

When maintaining the functional locations, each user can select one of the labeling systems and
save it in their own personal user profile.

Technical Information

This functionality is made possible by the key of the functional location which is not dependent on
the representation of the label on the screen. This means that you can address the same
functional location using different labels. For this, the program uses an internal, unique number
that is not transparent for the end-user.

When these functions are activated, the length of the label for the functional location is increased
from 30 to 40 characters and can be changed. When the label is changed, the system
automatically creates a labeling history and prevents historical labels from being reused without
this first being checked. The labeling history enables the interpretation of historical location labels
in non-changeable documents outside the R/3 System.

Standard Settings

Alternative labeling is not active in the standard system.


To optimize performance, you should execute program RI_IFLOT2IFLOS after activating
alternative labeling.

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