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0ORGUNIT Hierarchy and Not Assigned

Hello Everyone,

I am using 0ORGUNIT and the associated ORGEH hierarchy.

I execute my query with a date of 01/01/2006 - 12/31/2006 and the Org Unit hierarchy display always shows :

Organizational Unit

Not Assigned Organizational Unit (s)

1000 Division South

1001 Division SouthEast

......

......

Why do I always get the 'Not Assigned Organizational Unit (s) displayed? Even if I change my date range it doesn't matter.

I did notice that if I go into RSD1 for 0ORGUNIT and maintain hierarchy the short description for this hierarchy is displayed in German. Could this be it? If so, how to translate?

Thank you everyone, Colleen

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2006 at 06:25 PM

    Colleen,

    I am not sure if the description has any impact on displaying the NOT ASSIGNED node. But if you want to get rid of that node then simply exclude "Not Assigned"(#) node from the hierarchy in the query.

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    • Former Member

      Hello Ajay,

      I just realized it is the REST_H 'Not Assigned' node. I read the documentation on this, but still don't understand fully it's purpose or how to get rid of it.

      Your help is appreciated.

      Thanks so much, Colleen

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    Posted on Mar 19, 2008 at 10:36 AM

    Getting rit of it is simple:

    SAP menu - Information Systems - Modeling - Master Data: choos Hierarchies

    Double click on your hierarchy

    click on the pencil (so your in change mode) and than click on Hierarchy Attributes and choose "Suppress 'unassigned' node"

    Greetings,

    Jessica

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