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deleting the delivery number

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some body deleted the delivery no. that delivery number has been updated to which table tell me.let me know immediately. that deleted delivery number goes to which table.

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 11:55 AM

    Hi

    It goes to LIKP table

    Reward points if it helps

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    Karan

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2006 at 08:33 PM

    SAP does <b>not</b> store the deleted delivery / sales document numbers.

    If you need this information on a regular basis, put in a Z table to store the same with an user exit in delivery at the time of save updating the same.

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2006 at 01:28 AM

    Hi Venkat

    Try the CDHDR and CDPOS tables. The deleted delivery number is usually stored in the change history table.

    Reward if this helps

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    • I've had this problem in the past.

      Deliveries once deleted are completed removed from LIKP/LIPS.

      I've implemented in the past, using SAVE DOCUMENT PREPARE user exit (at the time no BADI was available), I updated z Z table everytime XLIKP-updkz = 'D'.

      This way you will have a Z table with the deliveries delete, so you can store additional information like user, date and time.

      It should do it. Just remember: DO NOT FORCE A COMMIT at that user exit... no explicit DB commits are allowed.

      Leonardo De Araujo.

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