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Standard R/3 fields in extract structures: How documenting it?

Hi,

This is quite basic but I always used a workaround to obtain the result...

I want to write up a documentation on the standard R/3 fields available in extract structures.

How to obtain the info in a straightforward way - without copy/paste from SAP screens?

I do not remember if there exists a table containing the relationship between:

extract structures - R/3 source table.field.

Example: QM (LO):

DataSource: 2LIS_05_QE1 Inspection Result: General Data

Extract Str: MC05Q1_0IN

Result:

MCQALSX ART Inspection type

MCQALSX CHARG Batch

MCQALSX HERKUNFT Insp.lot origin

MCQALSX KUNNR Customer

MCQALSX LIFNR Vendor

etc.

Thxs.

LauQ

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    Posted on Mar 22, 2006 at 02:54 PM

    Laurent

    If I understood your question correctly go to your extractor in your case 2LIS_05_QE1 and there you could see all SAP standard fields related to that extractor.

    Thnaks

    sat

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      Hello Laurent,

      I am afraid there is (for the moment) no standard automatic way to get the info you need in one go.

      However, try function module 'RSA1_SINGLE_OLTPSOURCE_GET'

      This one gives you all tables related to the datasource.

      goto the table for export parameter E_T_DD03P and you get the fields with the corresponding table in column 'ENTITYTAB'. Also a huge number of other columns are available (all in one overview!) Just export the list as a local file for excel for instance to document.

      Checkout also this very interesting weblog where this function module is referenced.

      /people/sap.user72/blog/2005/09/05/sap-bw-and-business-content-datasources-in-pursuit-of-the-origins

      Success.

      Greetings,

      Ignace

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