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Trying to look/read the objects in an infoprovider?

I am new to Infocubes.....I am an SEM on top of BW.

How would I find all of the IOBJNMs for a INFOPROV?

For instance: I have INFOPROV ZBCS_C50. When I go into debug with a Function Module I can the the IOBJNMs, like 0CS_ITEM, 0CS_TRN_QTY, etc.

However, their must be a way to display them.

Anywhere in SE16?


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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 08:09 PM

    Hi Tom,

    IMHO, it's a very strange way to get acqainted with SEM-BCS, through debugging the functional modules and looking on infoobjects through SE16.

    In order to understand the logic built-in the FM working in SEM-BCS you'd better take some accounting/consolidation courses.

    Certainly, you may look at the infoobjects in SE16. All characteristics/infoobjects may have several table. For example, /BIC/P<InfoobjectName> for time-independent attributes of Z-infoobject or /BI0/Q<InfoobjectName> - for time-dependent attributes of SAP-delivered infoobject ( 0 from the IO name is not present).

    SAP course BW310 may help you in understanding how SAP BW works.

    Additionally, execute RSA1 t-code. Select in the left frame 'Infoobjects' area. Press the binocular icon and type in the name of infoobject you are interested in (like 0CS_ITEM).

    You'll see details of the IO (including all infoobject's tables).

    And finally, of course, you may post such tech questions here. But, in these forums:

    /community [original link is broken]

    you'll find answers tens times faster.

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