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RE: Table for the field status of the PO

Dear Friends,

We are comparing the field status of the PO, PR, Contract,..... between our old system ECC 5.0 to new upgraded ECC 6.0 ( Quality)

We have checked the T162, T162 X......, but we could not be able to get exactly the field status like whether it "optional", "mandatory", "supress"...

Could you let me know where exactly the field statuses get stored. Any inputs in this regard are highly appreciable.....

Thanks & Regards,

Krishna Reddy

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    Posted on Aug 28, 2007 at 11:25 AM

    T-code sm31, table name : V-162, MAintain. go to purchase order, go to Field Selection Key "ME21N", Double click. You will see, Maintain Table 162, Field Selection Groups. Double Click on the First Item i.e. Basic Data and you will be taken to the screen where you maintain the fields for PO like "Required Entry", "Optional Entry" and "Display".

    Hope this helps and let me know if it did.

    Vijay

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      Thank you Vijay,

      I will check the same revert back to you.

      But I want to take down load that dat to Excel shhet then do Vlookup for comparision.

      I guess, I may not download that data to excel, anyway I will check and get back to you

      Thanks & Regards,

      Krishna reddy

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    Posted on Aug 28, 2007 at 11:16 AM

    Try Table name: V_162 Field name : FLREF for PO or Contract and other document tyoes

    Hope it helps. Please provide feedback

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2007 at 09:54 AM

    Thank you for the your valuable inputs

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