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Read Infogroup based on Molga

Hi All,

I have requirement like i need to read infotypes from infogroup using molga.

is there any common table for both Infogroup and Molga ?

Please some one help me on this.

Thanks in advance,

Siva.

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    Posted on May 30, 2013 at 02:57 PM

    Hi., please Look at fetaure IGMOD, you can make the decision criteria based on the MOLGA, then on the infogroup modifer, then infogroup.

    warm Regards!

    -Kanuku

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  • Posted on May 30, 2013 at 03:01 PM

    Hi,

    The infogroup is used via the infogroup modifier which can based via the molga.

    You can define the infogroup modifier via feature IGMOD (transaction PE03).

    Then the list of infotype is based per action and infogroup modifier in table/view V_T588D.

    Best regards,

    Jonathan

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  • Posted on May 30, 2013 at 03:08 PM

    Hi,

    Usually we have infgroups with user groups not on 'MOLGA' which will read by using T588C and info groups will be maintained in T588D. Its all based on User groups / Reference user group.

    So, the requirement is to extract in to a report? please elaborate.

    Thanks,

    Madhav.

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      Hi Madhav,

      Yes my requirement is Inbound Interface report for global countries. so based on the infotypes maintained in infogroup i need create records on those particular infotypes.

      could you please suggest me how can i retrieve infotypes from infogroup based on Molga.

      Thanks in Advance,

      Siva

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    Posted on May 30, 2013 at 03:18 PM

    Use feature IGMOD T.Code PE03

    and use MOLGA

    Thanks,

    srinivas

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    Posted on May 30, 2013 at 06:24 PM

    Hi Siva,

    As Srinu suggested, you must use the feature IGMOD by going to transaction PE03.

    To elaborate, in this feature you can choose to define your groupings based on MOLGA as well as other things such as action type. The point of the IGMOD feature is to return an infogroup modifier value which will be used by the T588D table to determine the sequence of infotypes for each infogroup (action). If you will notice in the T588D table there is a column for infogroup modifier, which is where you will need to put your return value from the IGMOD feature. To configure this you must first create your return value, for example for MOLGA 10 you may define a return value of 'US' for all action types. After the return value has been created, you must define the infotype sequence for the infogroup using the infogroup modifier which in this case is 'US'. Your entries would look something like what is shown below. Notice "US" is in the infogroup modifier column. Please award points if this is helpful 😊 or shoot me a message if you have more questions.

    User Group Infogrmodi No. Operation Infotype Infotype Text Subtype

    US 01 INS 0000 Actions

    US 02 INS 0001 Org. Assignment

    US 03 INS 0006 Addresses 01

    Thanks,

    Kory

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    • Hi Siva,

      As we have a report to be extracted based on MOLGA, you have to sit with ABAPer. There are certain tables where it stores the usergrouping. Based on the user grouping you can query the infogroup maintained and then based on the infogroup the respective infotypes can be extracted (T588D) in to the report.

      Thanks,

      Madhav.

  • Posted on May 31, 2013 at 04:30 PM

    Hi Siva

    I have done a similar Inbound and OUtbound Interface for Global Countries. Tell me your requirement clearly.

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