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What is the purpose and significance of Plan Version(PLVAR) .:(Never use) ?

Jan 18 at 12:38 PM

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Dear Gurus,

Could you please explain the purpose and significance of the Plan version(PLVAR) .: (Never Use) .

In one of the client there are few objects existing(In table HRP1000) with the Plan Version .: .

In another client, for each new object created with active plan version(01) the corresponding entry with plan version . : is getting created.

I would like to know the purpose of Plan version .: entries and why these entries get created.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,
Karthik

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Jimson Michael Jan 19 at 08:08 PM
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As per SAP help

" You can neither use nor delete the plan version ".:", as it is used to transport data from one system to another"

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Rémi Corriveau Jan 18 at 05:12 PM
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Maybe someone from SAP could answer you, but we never used it.

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Jimson Michael Jan 19 at 01:18 PM
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Hi Karthik,

Maybe the following thread can provide you some info regarding plan version,

Plan versions

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JIm

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Hi Jimson,

Thanks for your reply.

I have already read the above thread, but I was interested to know specifically about the use of never use (. :) plan version.In the above thread, the last comment from Gaurav has asked the similar question but it was not answered.

I have read many other threads searching for the purpose of never use(.:) plan version and when and why these records are created, but no luck.

Regards,

Karthik

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Hi Karthik,

As per SAP help

" You can neither use nor delete the plan version ".:", as it is used to transport data from one system to another"

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Jimson, If possible could you please provide the link for the above statement as an answer for this thread?

I shall close the thread as answered.

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