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How to extract data from structures or create a datasource using structures

Hello Friends , I have a requirement to extract data from ECC fields, but when i go look the table i found only "structures" REBD_CONTRACT_REL_L and i confirmed with ecc team that there are no table available with these fields so how do i now extract the data in BI using the fields in ecc that exist only in these Structures.

Please help me to resolve this




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    Posted on Aug 10, 2008 at 03:55 AM

    check tables


    (VIBDPLANOCC certainly not)

    VICNCN table of the contrat

    VIOROF table of the offers

    VIBDOBJASS affectation of objects.


    that will be a good start but ask again your functional persons.

    If you want to upload data to BI you have to know the tables


    by the way a structure do not hold data.

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  • Posted on Aug 08, 2008 at 03:14 PM

    Write a function module to populate values to this struture.

    Meaning use this struture fields and populate values to it from the tables you want to in function module.

    Create a generic datasource based on function module.

    Hence this will become a datasource.

    Hope this helps.

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      Hello Praveen. I appreciate your suggestion but problem is that these fields does not exist in any Table as you can also see in your system . That this structure has a assigned information field which is not there in any tables.


  • Posted on Aug 08, 2008 at 10:31 PM

    Hey can you tell what data you want.

    Where are you able to see the data which you want to fetch into BI.

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