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Mapping for Planned Orders?

I am an ABAPer, so please take it easy on me.

I have been ask to develop a report. Anyway, the report will have Process Orders, Actual Orders, and Planned Orders.

The logic is intact in the program to get Process and Actual Orders by doing a JOIN on tables AFKO / AFPO / AFVC based on Material and Plant among other things

Now, I am going to table CRHD where OBJID = AFVC-ARBID and I get ARBPL (work center)

I also, go to PLPO using PLNTY PLNNR VORNR PLNKN ZAEHL STEUS from AFVC to get VGW01, 02, 03, and 04

So, I have the program working correctly for the Process and Actual Orders, but now I'm not sure how to tie Planned Orders into it.

We are summing records based on Plant Material and Work Center. I know that table PLAF has planned orders, but I cannot link it to AFVC because AUFPL always is Zero in PLAF. So, I need to somehow get from PLAF to CRHD to get Work Center and PLPO to get those records, but unsure how to link.

Can anyone help? I greatly appreciate it.

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 04:46 AM

    Hi,

    You may have to link it throgh WBS element number by linking PLAF-PSPEL and AFVC-PROJN.

    Hope it works.

    Muraleedharan.R

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