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How to get supply scenarios for a Point of Delivery[ISU]?

Greetings SAP gurus!

In EEDM10/EEDM11 point of delivery transaction there is a tab, where are the supply scenarios listed. Can someone give me an advise, in which table should I look for these records. I have found some of them in ESERVICE table using the internal key of PoD, but there are missing records for each period 😔

Thank you for your advise!

M

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2014 at 01:30 PM

    Ok I get it 😊 The eservice table holds holds only non-billing services, the missing billing services are contracts, which can be found in table ever, through the installation number associated with the PoD in euiinstln table. However, the scenarios exists in different time slices, which I couldnt find yet. Can someone tell me, what is the meaning of those periods, or how the SAP calculates them, or in which table are they stored? Thank you!

    M

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      Hi Marian,

      What kind of servies are you exactly looking for because all the services associated for a particular PoD can be seen here in this tab while the backend table still remains to be ESERVICE in this case. Although the primary key for this table is named as VERTRAG, this is not the actual billable contract which is usually found in EVER table.

      Is this what is leading to your confusion? If not, could you elaborate your query please.

      Asif

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2015 at 06:47 AM

    Hi Marian,

    Get the INT_UI by selecting from EUIINSTLN. With the INT_UI, call ISU_O_SCENARIO_AT_POD_GET or use method CL_ISU_IDE_DRGSCEN_ANA_POD->DETERMINE_SCENARIO.

    Regards,
    Ruchi

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