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org. values

Hi,

I need to know the meaning of the following org. values with a simple example:

company code, operating concern, Businees area, credit control area,

account type, controlling area, division, sales organization, plants.

Also, please reveal the program that actually generates these org. values when we create a role.

Thanks in advance.

Ramakrishna.

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 11:23 AM

    Hi Ram,

    We can be used to get the list of Org. Values in specific role with AGR_1252 table.

    Tables

    T001 -


    Company codes

    T001K / T001L --- Valuation area / Storage location

    T001W / TVKWZ -- Plant Codes

    T024W -


    Purchasing Orgs.

    TVKO / TVKOT -


    Sales Orgs

    Thanks

    Purnachandra

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 11:35 AM

    Hi Rama,

    For a clear picture on the above pl refer to the following link

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/ff/515ad649d811d182b80000e829fbfe/frameset.htm

    Pl award suitably.

    Regards

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Organizational values are authorizations fields that are chained to the organization and should be used with derived roles. Derived roles are copies of the mother role and the menu (transactions) cannot be changed. Just change the organizational fields.You use this for other organizational parts of the company. If you have to change something in the activities you can do this in the mother role and with the right generate button do this for all the derived roles. It is a lot easier in maintenance. It is possible to change or add authorization objects but you should not do so, this violate the derived method.

      have fun

      jan van Roest

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