Lesson 11 Entering Codes on Multiple Selection Screens
The first two lessons of this part of this book provided instructions on searching for and entering single codes and data values, or ranges of codes and data values, in the data entry fields of initial screens.
Now consider this scenario. You are a warehouse manager, and you want to generate a report on the available stock of about 100 different consumable materials at your warehouse. Some of these materials have randomly numbered, nonconsecutive object codes (called material numbers or material codes), and some have consecutively numbered material codes that fall within three different ranges.
To acquire this data, you would execute the MM60 transaction, which reports the stock levels and ...