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DOMAIN - Value range

Hi,

I would like to know in which table , a domains corresponding "value range(fixed values of a domain)" is storing.

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Jey

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 01:52 PM

    Tables are

    DD07L R/3 DD: values for the domains

    DD07T DD: Texts for Domain Fixed Values (Language-Dependent)

    or use database view

    DD07V View on fixed values and domain texts

    Attention, there can be a table of value for a domain

    Check at DD01L-ENTITYTAB, if not initial, this is the table of values (which may have a text table)

    So better use of function modules :

    DD_DOMVALUE_TEXT_GET DD: Read interface for the text of a single domain fixed val

    DD_DOMVALUES_GET DD external: External interface for reading the domain fixed

    DOMAIN_VALUE_GET

    Regards

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 01:51 PM

    Hi Jey,

    They will be maintained at Domain level, not stored in any table. DD07D is the structure which will work as interface to bring the domain level fixed values to the screen.

    Reward Points if this helps,

    Satish

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 09:12 AM

    Hi jey,

    the table in which domain's corresponding fixed value and value range are stored is DD07D.

    DD07D-DOMVALUE is the field in which fixed value is stored..and

    DD07D-DOMVALUE_L

    DD07D-DOMVALUE_H are respective fields for range values..

    u can find it by selecting the row in value range tab,and pressing F1->technical characteristics..

    I believe u r satisfied with the answer.reward is its true..

    thanx.

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