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I want to know the Exact place or location of a PCR in an Schema. I have a PCR and want to find out the location where it placed in PCR (Short KEy).

I have an Custom schema and want to know from which Std Schema this has been copied

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 05:57 AM

    Go to PE02 and enter the PCR name and click on CTRL+SHIFT+F3 you will get the information, where it is used.

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    Venkatesh

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 01:29 AM

    Further to what Venkatesh & Remi said:

    1. In PE02 txn, when you enter the PCR name and press the icon for 'where used' or CTRL+SHIFT+F3:

    1.1 It gives options to select standard / custom schema or PCR. (A PCR can be called from another PCR) Select as you need.

    1.2 It gives a list of where-used. For example a PCR may be used in several schemas. Select or place cursor on the line that you want to look. Double click the line or press enter or the 'right' mark (which shows as copy or enter).

    1.3 It shows the schema/PCR as selected.

    1.4 Press search icon, enter a string or the schema/PCR you want to see where used. Press enter.

    1.5 The cursor goes to that string.

    2. Another way to find out where used is to expand the main schema fully with pgm RPDASC00.

    It shows a list of the expanded schema including sub-schema's called and PCRs used.

    If a PCR is called in one/several schemas or PCRs, it will show the PCR details in each place.

    This pgm can be also used to document changes in schema's / PCR's and saving the pgm output in a .txt file with an appropriate name and date of doc'n.

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  • Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 05:02 PM

    To know where a pcr is used in a schema (or a pcr), go to pe02 as mentioned by Former Member.

    Enter the pcr and you can use the keyboard shortcut he mentioned or look for the "Where used" icon.

    As for what Standard Schema was used to create your Custom Schema, it could vary depending on your Time Management system and your Country Code. Through t-code pe01, call the "drop-down" list to generate the list of all schemas in your system, and compare them to yours.

    Even in Custom Schemas, there are often tell-tale signs such as Standard Sub-Schemas or Standard PCRs that can help you identify their source.

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