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Logic plz...

Hi frnds,

Again activating this query with my new question

can anyone tell me what is the logic to find

backlog: since long i.e from when the sales order are there on hold.

i.e i want to categories.

when : delivery block

billing block,

like that it contunes...

I mean i need the logic how to write the code.

necessary help will be appreciated

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2006 at 10:13 AM

    this is a vague requirement ..

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2006 at 10:28 AM

    U need to select the data from VBAK table for sales order which are blocked

    example

    delivery block VBAK-LIFSK NE SPACe.

    billing block VBAK-FAKSK NE SPACE.

    select vbeln erdat lifsk faksk into table itab

    from vbak

    where vbeln in svbeln.

    DELETe from itab where lifsk = space and faksk = space.

    you can now try and read CDPOS table to get the date when the field lifsk or faksk was changed..surely you can use the date filter using erdat and changedate from vbak to read less data from cdhdr/cdpos. Please note that the objectclas is 'VERKBELEG' for sales order and table name VBAK whereas object id is the sales order number.

    The difference between the change date as from cdhdr to sy-datum will give you the number of days.

    Message was edited by: Anurag Bankley

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2006 at 10:29 AM

    What I meant to say is to be more clear on your requirements so that everyone understand.

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