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MM_MATNR variant - define selection criteria

Hi guys, I have to archive MM consider I have huge tables in my system. For other objects I could define selection criterias based on, for example, the posting date, so I will run several jobs to archive the same object.

But for material master the variant only has the material number to define a selection criteria. In my case, I want to archive every material that is marked for deletion, but I'm afraid to run the job with an open selection criteria ... it will take a lot of time, and I don´t kow what will happen with such huge spool.

Do you have some tip to define this variant?

(the same happens with MM_EINA).

thanks in advance

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 01:06 PM

    just use SE16 for MARA and and pull a list of materials with deletion indicator. copy the numbers into the clipboard and then click the multiple selection button and load it from clipboard into the selection.

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    • Without modification you can only archive materials as a whole, which means deletion indicator at MARA. If this indicator is set in MARA then the deletion indicator is automatically set any any sub-level like MARC, MBEW etc. Just look at the screen in MM06 which shows the deletion indicator and levels.

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