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PM/CS Parameter IDs (SU3)

Hi all

I'd like to get a list of parameter IDs (PIDs) that we useful in the PM and CS modules.

I can then create a document here on SCN for future reference.

Here are some to start of the common ones to begin with:

IWKPlanning plantIHGPlanner groupBUKCompany codeCACControlling areaSWKMaintenance plantPINTask list profileMTAMaterial typePM_TREE_INACTIVETree Control in PM InactiveIFT

PM: Functional Location Category

EQTEquipment CategoryAAIOrder typeIP1PM: Measuring Point CategoryIPOPM: MeasPoint Object (Obj. Category in General Status Mgmt)F4PF4LDo not display existing personal values

Do you have any other PIDs that are useful in PM or CS?

Please contribute...

PeteA

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 10:55 AM

    Hi Pete,

    It's really good idea .😊

    Plz. cross check before publishing the document.

    WRK Plant

    CSV BOM Usage

    EQN Equipment

    AGR Work Center

    AN1 Asset

    KOS Cost Center

    VAP Main Work Center

    ANR Order

    AAT Order Type

    IQM Notification

    EAML_LINEAR_UNIT Unit of Measure

    PRIOK Priority

    MPL Maintenance Plan

    MPS Maintenance Item

    PRO WBS element

    PLN Task List Group

    WAT Maintenance Plan Category

    Regards,

    PS R

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    • PID Descriptions starting with "PM":

      /ISDFPS/PM_RELOC_PRT

      PM: Relocation - Save Log?/ISDFPS/PM_TRAIN_CPM: Authorization for Training Data - Confirmation/ISDFPS/PM_TRAIN_PPM: Authorization for Training Data - Approval/ISDFPS/PMLOG_SWITCHPM: Activate Audit Log?F1IPM order: Default val. for component list filtersIFLPM: Functional LocationIFTPM: Functional Location CategoryILOM_ALKEYPM: Labeling System for Functional LocationsILTPM: Object link categoryIMDPM: Measurement DocumentIMEPM: Measurement Reading ListIMRC_MPOTY_RPM: Ref. Meas. Point Object (Obj.Type - Gen. Status Mgmt)IMRC_REFMPPM: Reference Measurement PointINEPM: Link - object networkINIPM: Network ID of object linkIP1PM: Measuring Point CategoryIPOPM: MeasPoint Object (Obj. Category in General Status Mgmt)IPTPM: Measuring PointIQMPM: Quality notification numberIRLPM: Reference Functional LocationIRTPM: Reference Functional Location CategoryISRPM: Functional Location Structure IndicatorITYPM: Task list typeN2PMD_RUNTIMEPMD: Runtime ControlPM_CLASS_SEL_AUTOPM/SM List Processing: Immediate Value Transfer Classif. 'X'PMCS_PMPM/CS Order DataPMIDEVPMI SupportS1IPM Order: Default value for sorting component listS2IPM order: Sorting component list (standard)

      PID Names starting with "PM":

      PM_CLASS_SEL_AUTOPM/SM List Processing: Immediate Value Transfer Classif. 'X'PM_TREE_INACTIVETree Control in PM InactivePM1Maintenance item -> Create task list (internal usage)PM2Maintenance strategy, transfer creation WPOS from APLAPM3Main work center for creation of APLA from WPOSPM4Short text from maintenance item for APLA header textPM5Transfer interface WPOS -> APLAN data field PM plantPM9Compatible Unit IDPMCS_PMPM/CS Order DataPMIDBGUIDebug Filter for UIPMIDEVPMI SupportPMKInspection CharacteristicPMNInfotype menu (HR master data) - no longer supportedPMO1Settings in HR Funds and Position ManagementPMO2Settings in HR Funds and Position ManagementPMO3Settings in HR Funds and Position ManagementPMO4Settings in HR Funds and Position ManagementPMPSettings for Position PlanningPMSSettings in HR Funds and Position ManagementPMSVECTStatus Vector Position PlanningPMTInspection MethodPMV??PMWPlant of the inspection method

      Optional/Preference:

      ENJ_CALL_ME23NEnjoy Purchase OrderENJ_CALL_ME53NEnjoy Purchase RequisitionAQBABAP Query: User groupAQWABAP Query: Query area

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