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How to enhance table QASE by field PPLNKN (Number of the task list node)

Hi all!

I have created a generic extractor based on table QASE to provide a detailed reporting on quantitative inspection data.

My problem is, that 0INSP_CHAR, mapped with MERKNR from table QASE, has compounded infoobjects like 0PLAN_NODE.

When I check the standard extractor 2LIS_05_QE2 and its data flow I can see, that 0PLAN_NODE is been mapped with field PPLNKN.

How can I add this field to my generic extractor based on table QASE?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Regards

Marco

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 04:42 PM

    Thank you!

    Solution can be found here:

    http://scn.sap.com/thread/3479963

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 12:29 PM

    Hi Rave,

    Once you create generic data source base table, you may get extract structure which was created automatically. you can get the extract structure name at RSA6.

    Once you got the extract stricture name, you can enhance your structure by using SE11 thru Appending.

    You need to write logic to fill that added field at CMOD. at RSA6 un select the hide button for added field.

    Try to check check data load at RSA3. if you got data for enhanced field then replicate data source and all steps at bw side are asusaual.

    Thanks

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    • Hi Rave,

      Mean no idea where that structure has been used?

      bit kind clue less here. Take abaper or Quality management team and find that field and what kind information will stored. thru them you may find base table or relevant info. so that we can go forward.

      Other wise post at SAP QM Forum about that field know more about. might be helpful.

      Thanks

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