You must have defined one or more selection screens for the relevant program. The program may have any type except type S.
If you choose Variant for all selection screens, the variant also applies to any selection screens that you create after creating the variant.
Otherwise, the variant only supplies values to the selection screens that you select in the list.
When you have finished, an overview screen appears (ABAP: Save Attributes of Variant), on which you can enter theattributes of your variant and save it.
Note that when you create a new variant, you must enter both values and attributes.
Names of variants: Names can consist of up to 14 alphanumeric characters. The "% " character is not allowed. If you want the variant to be transported automatically with its program, you must create a system variant. The name of a system variant starts "CUS&" for customers, and "SAP&" for SAP system variants. You can only use the "&" character within this prefix in the name of a system variant. It may not occur in any other context. System variants are administered by the Workbench Organizer. Although you can create and access variants from any client, they are always stored in client "000".