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What is *mara?

Hi all,

I am working with one existing object. In that he declared

<b>Tables : mara , *mara</b> . What does it mean?

Thanks in advance,

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Regards,

SIRI

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 06:20 AM

    hi,

    Check this thread

    Tables : mara Vs. Tables : *mara

    Cheers

    Alfred

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 06:22 AM

    he had used the table MARA in that program

    thats why he had declared that in that program

    reward if usefull

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 07:21 AM

    HI

    These are internal tables(*MARA) used by SAP. You don't have use it. You can declare the normal way and use it.

    thanks

    vivekanand

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 10:22 AM

    Mara is used by ur program, so it is to be delecred in your program.

    Goto se11 transaction and give mara and display to see mara table.

    Mara - General Material Data table

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 11:41 AM

    Hi,

    *mara is nothing but the table names ending with mara. Go to SE11. There in the Table name box, give *mara enter f4. Then u will find the table names. So u can refer to those tables in your program.

    Reward if useful. If u have any more doubts, kindly revert back.

    Thanks,

    U. Uma

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