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BDMNG field of table RESB

Hello Everybody,

I have a little issue.

I am using a view v_mmim_lc for picking up expiration dates, mat code, batch num, plant and etc etc things to display them on the report output. I also have a column Demand which is to be filled in with the BDMNG field. After a little look into tables i got that field in RESB table. But am unable to fetch that out in my report o/p. Reason being i don have any conditions with which i can hit that table. Please suggest how to hit that table to fetch out that value.

Regards,

Boby

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 02:28 PM

    Hi,

    I thnk both the view and RESB both have MATNR Field In them.

    Match MATNR and ftech BDMNG.

    Regards

    Sandipan

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 01:08 PM

    Hi,

    Please try the following code.

    • Perform BOM Explosion

    *uncomment the parameter "emeng"

    CALL FUNCTION 'CS_BOM_EXPL_KND_V1'

    EXPORTING

    capid = p_capid

    cuobj = l_vbap-cuobj

    datuv = l_datum

    emeng = l_emeng

    mehrs = c_cross

    mtnrv = l_vbap-matnr

    mmory = p_memory

    vbeln = p_vbeln

    vbpos = p_vbpos

    werks = l_vbap-werks

    IMPORTING

    topmat = l_topmat

    TABLES

    stb = lt_stpox

    matcat = lt_matcat

    EXCEPTIONS

    alt_not_found = 1

    call_invalid = 2

    material_not_found = 3

    missing_authorization = 4

    no_bom_found = 5

    no_plant_data = 6

    no_suitable_bom_found = 7

    conversion_error = 8

    OTHERS = 9.

    Hope this will work.

    Reward accordingly.

    Regards

    ChandraK

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