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what is the difference between pnp and pnpce. also between nodes and tables

hi all

what is the difference between

Nodes: peras, pernr.

tables : pernr.

also what is the difference between PNP and PNPCE logical databases.

Please reply asap

Thanx in advance,

Amruta.

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2008 at 11:08 AM
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    Posted on Jan 22, 2008 at 11:51 AM

    Dear Amruta

    Nodes is like declaring a variable of type with same name as of table/structure already present in dictionary.

    (ex, node pnp is same as data pnp type pnp), but node does additional functionality of fetching data from logical datbase. so declaring data pnp type pnp wont work. declaring tables spfli & nodes spfli is one & same thing .check out for pernr.

    PNP doesnt support concurrent employment. (this you may heard many times)

    in pnp by default heaer of declared infotypes are filled this doesnt happen in PNPCE unless you acess that infotype by some statement or macros like rp_provide_from_last ....

    reward points if helpful

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