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what is max no, min no asked when attaching a segment with the idoc in we30

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when creating a new idoc i am attaching a segment with the new idoc its asking for Maximum number, minimum number . what is this maximum and minimum number.

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 09:58 AM

    Hi preetha,

    1. It is the min and max number of records expected

    in that segment.

    regards,

    amit m.

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 09:58 AM

    It is the number of rows.

    regards,

    Sandeep Josyula

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 10:39 AM

    hi preetha,

    Segm.type Z1xxxxH

    mandaotry segment Y

    Minimum number 1

    Maximum number 1

    Parent segment

    Hier.level 1

    min and max are 1 for header denoted as XXXXH

    this is one segment that is assigned to the idoc.

    in defining idoc u need to assign the number of header and child segments..

    a child segment will be like this

    segment.type ZXXXXD

    minimum number 1

    maximum number 6

    parent segment ZxxxxH

    hier.level 2

    zxxxd is the child segment with 6 entry levels

    this tells u the maximum number for the child level

    means more than 6 are not to be see if u open the idoc in we19.

    all in

    this idoc has 1 parent segment (one entry)

    1 child segment (6 entries)

    hope this helps

    regards,

    Vijay

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