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Hi,

I want to print the cost element group higherarchy discription from the tcode KAH3.

Can any one tell how to get the discription of the higherarchy from the database.

Point will be sure.

Mohana

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 04:37 PM

    You can use this FM to get the values:

    select single * from setheader
    into l_header
     where
    SETNAME   = <your_costcenter_group>
    
    concatenatel_header-SETCLASS  
    l_header-SUBCLASS  
    l_header-SETNAME
    into l_setid.
    
    data: gt_setvalue TYPE STANDARD TABLE OF setvalues.
    
    
            CALL FUNCTION 'G_SET_TREE_IMPORT'
              EXPORTING
               client                          = sy-mandt
               langu                           = sy-langu
               setid                           = set_id
             TABLES
               set_values                      = gt_setvalue
             EXCEPTIONS
               SET_NOT_FOUND                   = 1
               ILLEGAL_FIELD_REPLACEMENT       = 2
               ILLEGAL_TABLE_REPLACEMENT       = 3
               SET_IS_DAMAGED                  = 4
               OTHERS                          = 5.

    To get the description, use the values from the GT_SETVALUE and take the description from CSKT.

    Regards,

    Naimesh Patel

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  • Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 04:24 PM

    start KAH3

    click in the field cost element group

    press F4...

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