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how to validate BOM data

hi experts,

i am doing BOM Upload for PP module. i am getting data from flat file to internal table, my question is how to validate that data.with which table i need to compare those data for validation.

my internal table is

DATA: BEGIN OF i_bom OCCURS 0,

matnr(18),

werks(4),

stlan(1),

stlal(2),

stktx(40),

bmeng(16),

menge(16),

posnr(4),

postp(1),

meins(3),

idnrk(18),

potx1(40),

ausch(7),

END OF i_bom.

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regards,

pavan

Edited by: pavan kumar pisipati on Jan 9, 2008 7:09 AM

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 06:42 AM

    Use tables MAST & STPO

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 06:23 AM

    Hi

    You can use the table "MAST" to validate the BOM data

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      hi veera,

      MAST table containing only header data, what about item level validation, do we need to do it or not required?

      if we need to do item level validation, kindly provide me the table name for item level data.

      regards,

      pavan

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