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How identify the data is client level,plant level or company code level

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How identify the data is client level,plant level or company code level?

If there is any T.code for same in SAP plz send me otherwise any procedure?

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 04:24 AM

    Hi,

    From the F1 help and on the pop-up screen subsequently, using technical info of the field, you can find tables...Some times, it shows structure when you need to explore further to find the table where the data is stored. Once the table is known, from its definition of the table from SE11 for example, you can find the KEY fields. If the key field shows client and company code for example, the data stored in that table is at company code level. If Plant is key, plant level. So, the lowest level marked as key field gives you the required info on data storage level in that table. Which means, your attention of data maintenance or collection for that master record or transaction, for example will be at the lowest level inferred from its table as explained above

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 04:24 AM

    Hi

    Let us say you are using MM01

    The Basic data 1 and 2 are the Client level data, because you are not asked to enter plane/storage loc.

    Where as when you want to add the Purchasing view, sales view etc., the system prompts you to enter the plant, sales org., Storage loc. etc. And so you can understand that these data's are retained in the Plant, Sales Org, S loc level.

    Let me know if you need further details

    Regards

    Vijay

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