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Diplaying heirarchial relation between structures of given Business Object


I want to view the hierarchial relationshsip between various sturtcure of Business object BUS1001006 (mATERIAL MASTER).

I go to sxda transcation and then enter all the required details like program type and program name for that business object. But then when I hit display it asks me to enetr data for input file type and input file name ? <b>What should I enter there ?</b> Why does it need input file parameter ?

Do I need to create some empty file on application server so tat data will get dispalyed in that emplty fiole or what ?

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2006 at 02:48 AM

    Dear Rajesh

    You are almost on the right path.

    Please follow the below steps to find the structured associated.

    1. In Data Transfer - Tools, after giving the details for Object Type, Program Type, Program.

    2. Select File Type as "<b>Physical File Name</b>"

    3. Give some file path and file name on application server for parameter "<b>Filename</b>" eg: <b>/sap/test/mat</b>

    4. Now click on <b>Change</b> button in application toolbar to find the different structures available.

    Hope this info helps you.

    Kind Regards


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