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how to compare & save master data after cifing

1.if i want to compare /check & save the exact no. of master data in apo which i have transfer from r/3 to apo what is the transaction used in apo?how can i compare this two ? what exactly transfer

in R/3 we do it easily,what is the option in apo?

2.for resource its very difficult to check as the R/3 work centre & apo resource nomenclature are different? how i can check & save?

for eg. WAG-5_1000_001 in apo which is AG-5 in R/3

waiting for your response.GURUS

regards

ven

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2008 at 02:54 PM

    Dear Ved,

    As there is no Such Transaction for Comparing...only u can compare through Logs.....The solution is u have to write a ABAP Program to Compare R/3 and APO.

    Following are the only Transaction related to SAP-SCM- CIF are,

    /SAPAPO/C3

    /SAPAPO/C7

    /SAPAPO/CC

    /SAPAPO/CCR

    /SAPAPO/CCRR

    /SAPAPO/CIFPUCUST02

    /SAPAPO/CP2

    /SAPAPO/CPP

    /SAPAPO/CPP1

    /SAPAPO/CPP2

    /SAPAPO/CPPA

    /SAPAPO/CPPR

    /SAPAPO/CQ

    /SAPAPO/CQINW

    /SAPAPO/CW

    migt be this will help u

    Regards,

    Rajesh Patil

    SPINNOVATION

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  • Posted on Jul 27, 2008 at 04:47 PM

    Try using transaction SLG1 (use CIF as the object and an appropriate sub-object such as PRODUCT or LOCATION)

    You can also use /SAPAPO/PROD_CD_READ transaction or /SAPAPO/LOC_CD_READ in APO and filter on user SCMALEREMOTE (you can use it in the field "Changed By"). This is very similar to MM05 transaction in R3 side.

    These transactions will let you know the changes that have taken place over a period of time, however there are no standard functions that will point quickly any master data field differences across systems. As suggested you would need to write a code on your own.

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