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How to update/modify LFEI and MAPE tables

Hi all !

I want to update / modify the field GZOLX (Preference Zone) into tables LFEI and MAPE ...

But there are no BAPI's or Transactions (for Batch Input) to do this ...

I hope you can help me.

Thanks a lot.

David

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 08:50 AM

    Hi,

    Why dont use sap tcode to maintain it?

    This is something related to vendor, so I guessed it should be maintain in MK01, vendor master database.

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      Hi Justin,

      Thanks for your answer...

      LFEI and MAPE tables are related to the Preference Determination.

      The vendor declaration indicator for a vendor material is stored for each preference zone in the LFEI database table. This structure is linked to the purchasing info record.

      Aggregating all vendor declaration indicators is done at plant level for every preference zone. The aggregated vendor declaration indicator is stored in the MAPE database table. This database is linked to the material master.

      I don't know how to update/modify the zone in each table ... For example, with MK01, and can't access to the zone ....

      Greetz, David

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