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URGENTN: REGARDING USEAGE OF FM: CHVW_EXPLODE_ALL

Hi,

I want to make a report in which i want to use the fm :-

CHVW_EXPLODE_ALL

plzz guide me how to use it by giving some relevant example to use it

,itss really urgent as my job is online and points will be definately rewarded for help.

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    Posted on Apr 29, 2008 at 06:36 AM

    hi,

    Check out the below code ...

      CALL FUNCTION ' CHVW_EXPLODE_ALL '
           EXPORTING
                i_matnr            = lmatnr
                i_werks            = lwerks
                i_charg            = lcharg
                i_dfchvw           = zoption
           TABLES
                t_shadow           = ztop_down
           EXCEPTIONS
                invalid_input_data = 1
                OTHERS             = 2.

    Regards,

    Santosh

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    Posted on Apr 29, 2008 at 06:38 AM

    hi Ric,

    Goto se37 give the function module name and press where-used-list button to find all the program where the function module is used on your server ...

    Regards,

    Santosh

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      hi santosh,

      my problem is i want to fetch data from CHVW table as it contains the data which is displayed in the BMBC code(used for displaying the sub - batches).

      for example,if dere is a material of fert and it conatins a batch and dat contains further sub-batch. and i want to do it.

      how should i do ,plzz give me some guidence for it .

      plzz its a humble request.

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