/BEV2/EDTPY (Display ED Year-End Closings) is a standard SAP parameter transaction code that is used to maintain the contents of /BEV2/ED928 database table. It does this by executing the table maintenance t-code SM30 in edit mode, assuming you have the appropriate authorisations.
Executed transaction: SM30
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Parameter Default Values:
|Name of screen field||Value|
In-order to use this transaction within your SAP system simply enter it into the command input box located in the top left hand corner and press enter. Here are a few additional command options available to use when doing this.
Transaction /BEV2/EDTPY does not work?
If the t-code does not work try adding /N at the front of it. For some reason this can help with transactions that start with a /. Also check you have the correct authorisations.
To see what authorisation objects this and any transaction checks use SU53. Simply execute /BEV2/EDTPY and then execute /NSU53 immediately afterwards. A report of all authorisations checked will then be displayed along with it's result...See check tcode authorisation for full details and screenshots
Inherits GUI attributes from SM30
SAPGUI for HTML
SAPGUI for HTML generates HTML pages for each screen of the SAP transaction so that it can be executed within a standard web browser. Please note there are technical restrictions and possible incompatibility issues with certain browsers which means some transaction functionality may not function correctly.
SAPGUI for Java
SAP GUI for Java supports more controls than the SAP GUI for HTML, but requires a plug-in to be downloaded and installed on the users PC so is less popular than the SAP GUI for HTML.
SAPGUI for windows
SAPGUI for windows(WinGUI) is the most popular option and transactions can be run under SAP GUI for Windows.
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