Due to a change in task areas in your company, you want to add new tasks to your task catalog. Or you may wish to change tasks already contained in your task catalog. This may be necessary, for example, if tasks have changed due to changes in job or position descriptions.
To maintain tasks using infotypes, go to the Task Catalog screen by choosing Human resources _ Organizational management _ Expert mode _ Task catalog.
On the Maintain Task screen, you can create or edit infotypes for the task object type by choosing Create or Change. If you are changing a task that already exists, the ID, name and abbreviation of the task you previously selected are automatically transferred. The infotypes you have already maintained for a task are indicated by a green check mark.
If you want to create new infotypes for a task, specify their status using the tab pages. You can only maintain tasks from the Human resources view. For information on Workflow or standard tasks and workflow templates, see SAP Business Workflow, for more information on task maintenance, see Tasks and Task Groups .
You create tasks when you want to add new tasks to the task catalog you maintain for an organizational plan. You can also create new tasks by copying existing ones. See Copying Tasks
To create a relationship:
You can change tasks when you want to edit a task’s object abbreviation, or object name. Abbreviations and names are maintained in the Object infotype (1000). You cannot change the validity period assigned to a task using the Change function. For this, you must use the Delimit function. To change the validity period of several tasks at the same time, use the report RHGRENZ0 (Delimit objects).
You can display the basic information on a task if you want to review, rather than edit it. This includes an object’s abbreviation and name, its validity period, language key, and status. This information is stored in the Object infotype (1000).
You can copy tasks when you want to create a new task by duplicating an existing one. Creating objects by copying can save you data entry time.
When you copy tasks, you can also copy all records for the Relationship infotype. This can be helpful when tasks have the same attributes. The report RHCOPY10 (Copy Object Using Selection List) also allows you to copy objects. Using this report, you can include additional infotypes in the copy request.
You should delete tasks only when you want to erase all record of a task from the database. When you delete tasks, the system deletes all appended infotypes as well. The system keeps no historical information.
Deletions should only be necessary when, for example, you incorrectly or accidentally create a task. To change the validity period of a task, use the Delimit function.
The system confirms that the object has been deleted. The Task Catalog screen appears.
Delimit tasks if you want to bring the validity end date forward, and in so doing, change the validity period. This can be necessary if, for example, you want to eliminate a task due to restructuring.
When you delimit objects, the system delimits any infotype records appended to the object, to the same date.
Changing the Status of Tasks
You can change the status of a task if the plan status of a task in your organizational plan changes. Status changes occur for several reasons. For example, a planned task may be approved, and require activation.
When you change the status of an object, the system applies the new status retroactively, to the beginning of the object’s validity period. To change the status for a number of objects, you can save time by using the report RHAKTI00 (Change Status of Object).
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