Custom infotype with subtypes

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Is there anyway to change a customer defined infotype definition so only one infotype record can be active no matter what the subtype is? I moved someone from a Subtype of 0001 to 0002 and I still have 2 active IT9999 for a person.
ASKED: May 11, 2006  1:13 PM
UPDATED: May 11, 2006  1:36 PM

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Yes, there is – in table T582A, configure the time constraint as ‘T’ (time constraint is based on subtype). You may use T591A as the table that defines the time constraint for the subtypes of an infotype.

Example T591A for infotype 0006:
Client Infty Sub Time constraint
010 0006 1 1
010 0006 2 2
010 0006 4 2
010 0006 B1 2
010 0006 U1 2

The values for time constraints are:
No time constraint
0 No time constraint
1 Record must have no gaps, no overlappings
2 Record may include gaps, no overlappings
3 Record may include gaps, can exist more than once
A Infotype exists just once from Jan.1 1800 to Dec.12 9999
B IT exists for maximum of once from Jan.1 1800 to Dec.12 9999
T Time constraint is based on subtype or subtype table
Z Time constraint for time management infotypes -> T554Y

Good Luck,
Patricia

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