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Dear All,

We are preparing the “Z” report which contains IV document number (MIRO), PO number, amount, G/L Account number etc...... We are extracting the data from table BSEG and EKPO, EKBE. But in table BSEG some important fields are showing blank. For EX-Vendor code, Material Number fields etc....

Can any body suggest me why these fields are showing blank? Whether any Customization missing or any other reasons. Or suggest me which table I can get all fields which contains GL account number, Amount, IV number, PO number, PO line item.

Your answers will be highly appreciated.

Reg/ Shankar G.

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    Posted on Sep 01, 2007 at 05:17 AM

    hi again,

    vendor code you can get from RBKP.

    and for material code take ebeln + ebelp from RSEG and fire query on ekpo.

    thanks,

    raj

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    Posted on Sep 01, 2007 at 04:57 AM

    hi,

    For that you can use only EKKO,EKPO,BSEG,BKPF,EKBE.

    Field vendor, material will be update in table BSEG only. you can check why its not getting updated by two three diffeent scenario.

    Thanx.

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      Hello Dinesh,

      Thanks for you valuable input,

      Can you guide how can i check, why vendor code and material code is not updating? I don`t now the which is best way to find out.

      Thanks in advance.

      Shankar G.

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    Posted on Sep 01, 2007 at 05:15 AM

    hi,

    for MIRO records refer : RBKP + RSEG.

    And corresponding accounting detail from BKPF + BSEG.

    thanks,

    raj

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