Do you mean highlight disabled segment values (as in the value set) or the code combination is disabled?
Tks for your reply!
I mean code combination is disabled.
I'm not sure what you're trying to trace then sorry? If the code is disabled then it shouldn't be usable in standard functionality.
An example for my question, If I disable an revenue account (revenue value or its related code combination will be disabled). This causes failed accounting at modules which are used it.
Some setups I must be changed with new revenue account as:
+ AR Transaction Type
+ Customer Site
+ Inventory Organization Parameter
+ Item Code
And my question is how to find all setups using this disable revenue account in order to change to new revenue values.
That's going to be difficult given the sheer number of forms/procedures etc that use code combinations. If you were to do some form of analysis on it, you'd end up with a huge list which would probably take longer to go through and discard all the false positives than just doing some decent regression testing.
Ultimately though, you should only disable code combinations that you know are not in use. If disabling some is causing you issues then these are clearly in use.