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Info on logon screen remains after client delete from database

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On the SAPGUI logon screen, the client # and descriptions of a particular box(DEV, PRD, etc) are displayed. When you delete one of these clients in the database, the # and description still
remains on the logon screen.

How do I get rid of this, so that the logon screen reflects the true client status?

Thanks in Advance

Jimmy Temmer
N.V. G.E.B.E.
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Question by:NVGEBE
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    Hi,
    the information shown on the logon screen is only a text and has nothing to do with the clients that are really available.
    To change the information that is shown go to SE61, choose the document class "General Text" and change the document "ZLOGIN_SCREEN_INFO".... That's it.

    Rgs,
    Dirk
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    by:anandeid
    Hi,

    That is nothing to do with the deletion of client.  The information appearing in the SAPGUI initial logon screen is  a user-defined text on the SAPGui logon screen stored in ZLOGIN_SCREEN_INFO.

    Go to Transaction SE61 and select the document 'General text' (selection via F4 help), and change the document ZLOGIN_SCREEN_INFO.

    Regards
    Anandm
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    by:atiqc
    Jimmy,

    What are you talking about? Can you give more details! Do you mean the client info is still available in scc4 or is it the logon pad or the drop down text on the logon screen? Please be clear to get proper answer!
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    by:NVGEBE
    Thanks to all who have replied, the solution is indeed the modifying of the ZLOGIN_SCREEN_INFO.

    Sorry for not reacting to this post earlier.

    Regards,

    Jimmy
    N.V. GEBE.
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