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load the setup table.

hi experts,

i have doubt on loading the set up table. what are the transaction codes for the filling the set up(LO) ex like sales,quality,purchase. olis7bw for sales. but it is not working in my system. other wise can any one provide the navigation steps from the sbiw also. it would be great.

i am using BI7.0.

Thanks in advance

regards

amith

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 10:24 AM

    Hi,

    first remember to do that in your source system (R/3 or ECC)...

    otherwise the cusomizing path is as follows...

    SBIW

    Settings for Application-Specific DataSources

    Logistics

    Managing Extract Structures

    Initialization

    Filling in the Setup Table

    Application-Specific Setup of Statistical Data

    hope this helps...

    Olivier.

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 10:32 AM

    hi

    go to table tstc and search for the tcodes starting form OLI*BW it would list out the transactions with the descriptions.

    ex:OLI1BW---->INVCO Stat. Setup: Material Movemts

    Regards

    Dina

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