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Some AUGBLs r missing in BSID, but present in BSEG, Why(its DEV box)??

Hi Experts,

As per my knowledge, When we r creating the acc. doc. via FB01, along with the BSEG table updation, the BSID table also has to b updated(automatically?)(sorry, if i am wrong!)

But, here in Development box, some AUGBL r present in BSEG and the same AUGBLs r not present in BSID table?

So,

1 - So, my assumption is wrong that the BSID tables r updated with FB01 transaction?

2- As its development box, its happening like this?

3-As u know, it takes lot of time to get data from BSEG, So what is the alternative data source table in SAP? I think its BSID, but some records i.e augble # r missing?

ThanQ.

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    Posted on Apr 24, 2007 at 05:27 AM

    Hi,

    If you clear the customer item, AUGBL will be updated on the customer line of BSEG table (KOART=D) and you can find this line in BSAD table. BSID table only contains open items (AUGBL=space where KOART=D).

    regards,

    Mallik

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2007 at 05:18 PM

    Hi,

    I think the table that gets updated when you post a document is BSEG table. Table BSID is for secondary index for customers.

    Regards

    A

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    Posted on Apr 24, 2007 at 08:35 AM

    Hi

    BSID represents only open item and BSAD represents cleared items. So you can find clearing document number in BSAD table and not in BSID table. So search the same in BSAD. Further, there is no difference in tables in dev or quality or pr1. Its only the data.

    Hope this helps. If useful assign points

    Regards

    Rago

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