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Hi,

Previously I had a question the Yellow Icon with exclamation mark in transaction /SAPSLL/_BLPPLO which Nitin was so kind to explain :

Quote ..When business partner is assigned multiple addresses, then system indicates each address of business partner as individual entity. Now if one of the assigned address is blocked, the other addresses of same business partner will be also blocked indirectly with SPLIB assigned value 01 or yellow icon with exclamation mark....Unquote.

This, for me triggers another question which I hope can be answered : How to find business partners with multiple addresses, in other words if BP 'A' has the warning iCON, how can one find the other addresses assigned to my BP "A" causing the warning icon to appear?

Thanks

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  • Posted on Jul 31, 2020 at 09:55 PM

    Hi Eddy,

    Table BUT020 holds the link between the Partners and their Address(es), but I don't know of any standard report that would show where multiple addresses have been assigned.

    If you have access to an ABAP developer, it should be a fairly easy report to write - probably they would loop through all entries in that table and report any where the current and previous entry have the same Partner number.

    Hope that helps.

    Regards,
    Dave

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