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Enhancing standard datasource: 2LIS_08TRTLP, how to remove standard fields?


While enhancing standard datasource: 2LIS_08TRTLP, I could find that there are fields like ROUTE, TDLNR(from table VTTS) which already present in the datasource. But I want to add these fields from table VTTK instead of VTTS.

I've added these two fields but I'm getting message: "Field ROUTE exists more than once". Also, I couldn't remove the field ROUTE from the existing standard datasource.

I would like to replace ROUTE, TDLNR, with table VTTK from VTTS. How could i remove existing fields and replace it with this field?

Kindly suggest.

Also, Do I get any document on all the non-enhanced fields of shipment datasource? Basically, suppose if I want to know all the details of availability in this datasource, where could I get all such documents?

Kindly suggest me on the above two queries.


Antony Jerald.

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2014 at 03:30 PM


    First at RSA6, you need to hide the fields(ROUTE, TDLNR ) which you don't need. later you can enhance your data source for required fields from table VTTK.

    There is no such documents which can not be enhanced for shipment data source. its not unique. so no doc on it.


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    Posted on Feb 24, 2014 at 10:07 PM


    If you dont want to use the standard functionality of the fields of standard datasources,

    you can create an append structure and add the fields with a Z name and then write appropriate logic for populating data in the fields.

    In the BI side, either do not transfer the values of those fields to the PSA or in the transformation mappings, simply map the Z fields instead of the standard Datasource fields.

    Hope this helps,



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