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Turning off Some segments of Material Master

Hi,

1. How can we turn off some of the segments of material master idoc? We just want to extract data for only a subset of all segments.

2. How to extract only changed material data? What are the settings that need to be done on R/3 side?

Regards,

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2006 at 08:37 PM

    Hi,

    1. How can we turn off some of the segments of material master idoc? We just want to extract data for only a subset of all segments.

    You can do reduce message type (BD53) or segment filters (BD56).

    2. How to extract only changed material data? What are the settings that need to be done on R/3 side?

    You can use change pointer to send change material data.

    Here are the steps.

    1) Tcode BD61---> check the change pointers activated check box

    save and goback.

    2) Tcode BD50---> check the MATMAS check box save and comeback.

    3) Tcode BD51---> goto IDOC_INPUT_MATMAS01 select the checkbox save and comeback.

    4) Tcode BD52---> give message type : matmas press ok button.

    select all what ever you want and delete remaining fields.

    save & come back.

    5) go to Tcode MM02 select one material and try to change the description and save it

    it will effects the target systems material desciption will also changes

    6) goto Tcode SE38 give program Name is : RBDMIDOC and Execute

    give Message type : MATMAS and Executte

    Hope this will help.

    Regards,

    Ferry Lianto

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