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What is the difference between check table and value table?

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    Posted on Mar 05, 2007 at 08:33 AM

    hi Atul,

    Please refer the following threads:

    wjhat-is-the-exct-difference-between-check-table-a

    check-table

    value-table

    Regards,

    Santosh

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    Posted on Mar 05, 2007 at 08:36 AM

    <b>What is the difference between Check Table and Value Table?</b>

    The Check Table is the dependent table to which the relationship is defined using foreign keys. The contents of the check table field are shown in the input help for the referenced field.

    The Value table is the table attached to a field at the domain level, where the entry to the field can be only from the value table. They are not used in the Input Help.

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    Posted on Mar 05, 2007 at 08:37 AM

    When we define a foreign key in a table (A), if this key refers to primary key of another table (B). Table B is check table

    Fields referring to a domain may assume values contained in the corresponding fields of the value table. Field referring to the domain should have a foreign key

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  • Posted on Mar 05, 2007 at 08:53 AM

    hi,

    Check Table is for Field level Validation whereas Value table is for Domain Level Validations.

    Value Table proposes table for check table.

    Check Table

    The Check Table is the table used by system to check if a data exist or not exist.

    While creating a table if you want to be sure that a field can have some values

    and these are in a certain table, you can give IT this table as CHECK TABLE.

    Value Table

    This is maintained at Domain Level.

    When ever you create a domain , you can entered allowed values. For example you go to Domain SHKZG - Debit/credit indicator.

    Here only allowed values is H or S.

    When ever you use this Domain, the system will forces you to enter only these values.

    This is a sort of master check . .

    To be maintained as a customization object.

    This mean that if you want to enter values to this table you have to create a development request & transport the same.

    Differences:

    1)check table will carry out the check for input values for the table field being entered in any application

    and value table will provide values on F4 help for that table field.

    2)The check table defines the foreign keys and is part of the table definition.

    The value table is part of the domain definition.

    Regards

    Anver

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