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Getting more schedule lines than EKET

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I have 1 schedule line item in EKET table but when I am extracting RSA3 for 2LIS_02_SCL getting 1 to 10 schedule lines. Not able to understand.. can any one help me..

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 07:24 AM

    Hello,

    2LIS_02_SCL datasource also provides history of the purchase order document through table EKBE.

    This explains why you can have more records for a single schedule line.

    Please look at the following link :

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw75/helpdata/en/03/497053bbe77c1ee10000000a174cb4/content.htm?frameset=/en/49/497053bbe77c1ee10000000a174cb4/frameset.htm&current_toc=/en/50/497053bbe77c1ee10000000a174cb4/plain.htm&node_id=271

    Quote :

    "The assignment of purchase order history information and schedule lines is not stored in a database table. As a result, this information is only created during the posting of the documents or during initialization of the DataSource"

    Also look the part called "Purchase Order History During Restructuring".

    You should not worry.

    Regards,

    Christian

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 09:31 AM

    Thanks for your reply.. helpful answer..

    One more question..

    with EKBE am not able to see schedule line level info.. can you please tell me how can I get..

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    • Former Member

      Hello,

      History information of schedule lines is in table EKETH.

      I don't think the datasource provides you this information during reconstruction or initialization.

      But all the postings related to schedule lines modifications will be reflected as they are sent to delta queue.

      Hope it helps.

      Regards,

      Christian

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