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I am working As BI consultant. i want to create is VIEW using

CE1ACMG & MVKE tables.

MVKE MATNR = CE1ACMG ARTNR.

MATNR values equal to ARTNR values. Can i create the view using the MATNR as primery key.

only valuse equal. both table MVGRP1 is common field

Please advise on this.

Regrds

Patel

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  • Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 05:43 AM

    hi,

    u can create a database view if the 2 tables mentioned have common primary key fields.

    try it in se11.

    for assistence check the already existing views in ur system.

    reward points if hlpful.

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    • hi,

      u cannot join that 2 tables.

      u can create a view with mvke with these tables only.

      Referenced tables

      MVKE MARA

      MVKE MARA

      MVKE RDPR

      MVKE T000

      MVKE T006

      MVKE T006

      MVKE T178

      MVKE T179

      MVKE TPTM

      MVKE TVBO

      MVKE TVKM

      MVKE TVKO

      MVKE TVKWZ

      MVKE TVM1

      MVKE TVM2

      MVKE TVM3

      MVKE TVM4

      MVKE TVM5

      MVKE TVMS

      MVKE TVPR

      MVKE TVSM

      MVKE TVTW

      MVKE TWLV

      MVKE TWLV

      MVKE TWMEG

      MVKE TWSP

      MVKE TWSS

      Dependent tables

      MABW MVKE

      MSTA MVKE

      CE1ACMG - no relationships defioned for this table.

      reward points if hlpful.

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 05:52 AM

    Hi,

    Check the below link which will give you a step by step method to create a view / structure.

    [|http://www.saptechnical.com/Tutorials/ABAP/Structure/Demo.htm].

    Even see that both tables have same or matching primary key fields.

    Hope this will help you.

    Plz reward if useful.

    Dhanashri.

    Edited by: Dhanashri Pawar on Jun 19, 2008 7:52 AM

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