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How VA03 stores Variant Configuration Data

Hi,

We need to know the ultimate destination in database where the variant confiuration data fro a sales order is stored.

We have already tried with the following function modules to retrieve the VC data for a sales order.

CUD0_GET_VAL_FROM_INSTANCE

VC_I_GET_CONFIGURATION

CUCB_GET_SINGLE_INSTANCE

But the problem is that there is a characteristics whose value the user must change after the sales order is created.

I guess because the VC data (chosen values) are changed later, the sales order object is not getting updated version of the VC object instance and still refers to the older version that was linked to the sales order at thre time of creation.

The final logic is that of VA03 program that brings out the VC data accurately for each sales order and that's what we are searching for.

Please advise.

Thank you very much.

Hemant

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  • Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 10:08 PM

    Could you pl share if you found any solution to this problem.

    Thanks

    Zoaib

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      Hi Zoaib ,

      We could not find any solution yet. Only update is for such orders the change log for the VC is not updated while creation for this particulat characteristics.

      Initially when a sales order with VC gets saved, in the change log of VC one can see 'added' against each charaterisics.But this particular charateristics is absent in the change log.

      Any views on this are welcome.

      Thanks,

      Hemant

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