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MEK1 - Needs to find table of the field

Hello All

Need your help in regards to condition record..

We have some key combination (Access sequence) defined for condition type NAVS...to achieve automatic tax code appearnce in PO.

now one of the key combination in MEK1 is Material/Plant/Import

My question is how to or where to check from where Import field is coming from or maintained. I am looking for a table or any master data from where this Import field is picked up by the system in MEK1.

regards

Yogesh

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 12:30 PM

    Dear ,

    Please check to table A016,A017,A018,KONV and KONP

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 12:55 PM

    Doesn't it come from the access sequence of NAVS?

    check via SPRO - MM-Purchasing - conditions - define access sequence

    first check to which access seq your condit type belongs

    kr

    hakan

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 01:04 PM

    I am not sure but check under the same SPRO - MM - Purchasing - Conditions - maintain condition table

    here you define which fields are relevant for the condit type NAVS and access seq 0003.

    is it this what you are talking about?

    First check in your access seq in the header to which table it belongs

    kr

    hakan

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