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Archiving - Objetct SD_COND (Programs)

It would like to know which the name of the programs that perform for we will file the facts??

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<b>Wagner Augusto Jr

SAP/SD</b>

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 08:13 AM

    Hi Augusto,

    For knowing the program name for your archiving object SD_COND, please goto transaction code AOBJ > Select your archiving object > double click > you can get all the programs such as write, delete, read program.

    -Thanks,

    Ajay

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 05:31 PM

    HI Ajay,

    In the version 4.6c does not appear the name of programs by the transaction AOBJ, we have urgency for know the name about the program because we are necessary know which are the rules for file a condition of price, case you know to would be able to us inform??

    Already I analyzed several notes of the SAP and did not I find no information.

    I stayed grateful by the information.

    Tks,

    <b>Wagner Augusto Jr.

    Consultant SAP/SD</b>

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      Hi Augusto,

      You can see the program in the other places, such are:

      GOTO> SARA > Enter Archiving object name (SD_COND) > Click Write > in the Application screen name you can see the write program name. or Click system > status > here you can see the program name.

      Similarly if you goto Delete variant, you can see the Delete program name.

      2. If you want to know the dependencies then you have to click on the Network graph (First button) of SARA administration screen by entering the archiving object.

      If you want more information about archiving object then please inform what is your requirement step by step.

      -Thanks,

      Ajay

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      Ajay Kumar

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