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Referencing to a certain field in a table

May 09, 2017 at 12:05 PM

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Hey everyone,

I have a question regarding calculating usage of PRT. I want to calculate the usage of tools used in production, which I set according to this post from SP Subbu. So, when creating equipment (IE01), I used in the PRT Tab a Usage Formula (these can be made in OP21) which I created, which is: SAP_09 * SAP_16 / SAP_08

These parameters are as follows (standard in SAP, these can be seen in OP7B):

SAP_09 = Operation quantity, MGVRG
SAP_16 = PRT std value, EWVGW
SAP_08 = Base quantity, BMSCH

This are standard parameters. Data element MGVRG is used in multiple tables (such as AFRU). However, I want to use another data element. How do I do this?

I can't simply make a new parameter and add Field Name, then I get the error that the field does not exists in table TC22. However, in table TC22 are simply just a few data elements, there is no reference to the table from which the information should be extracted. How do I do this?

More general: how do I refer to a certain field in a table?

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Peter Atkin May 10, 2017 at 06:42 AM
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I tried before, googled my question, but this doesn't work. I get the error when entering the parameter (OP7B) "the data object "F" does not have a component call"

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Peter Atkin May 10, 2017 at 11:45 AM
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There are quiote a few OSS Notes for message number DS016

Have a look at this one:

https://launchpad.support.sap.com/#/notes/411451/E

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