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Whats the link between Pur. Tables and KONH & KONP tables

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Whats the link between Pur. Tables i.e EKKO EKPO etc and KONH & KONP tables?

and

Link B'tween KONH, KONP & EINA, EINE Tables?

and

Link b'tween the LFA1 Table and EINA, EINE Tables?

Link b'tween the LFA1 Table and KONH, KONP Tables?

Pls reply guys

Thanks,

Imran.

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2007 at 02:28 PM

    Hi Imran,

    Check out the following link, hope it gives you a better picture for relationship of Purchasing tables:

    http://www.erpgenie.com/sap/abap/tables_mm.htm#Purchasing%20Tables

    Regards,

    Patrick

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2007 at 02:39 PM

    Hi

    For getting relationships between any of Tables follow the process belo :

    - goto T code SQVI

    - Enter any name for your query. And press Create

    - Select 'Table Join" from the list on next screen.

    - ThenPress button "<b>Insert Table</b>" on the next screen and insert all tables for which you want the relation.

    - Click <b>"Join condition"</b> button to get the relations.

    Hope this will solve your problem in future as well...!!!

    Mark if helpful

    Regards

    Tushar Mundlik

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2007 at 02:42 PM

    Hi Imran,

    EKKO gives you the Header data of the purchasing documents (Vendor , Dates, Etc)

    EKPO gives the item Data (The materials ordered, Qty of each material etc)

    KONP & KONH store the condition records used for price calculation

    KONH is the header data

    KONP is the item data

    EINA & EINE -> These are Purchasing info records Used in source of supply determination & price calculations , the Condition record number for pricing is obtained from EINA & EINE

    EINA is for Purchase org level data

    EINE is for vendor level data

    The link to LFA1 is the vendor master data & while picking up the price you can have different price for different vendor .

    Hope you find it useful.

    Kindly reward helpful answers

    Best regards,

    gaurav

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