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condition record extraction

Hi,

I want to extract data for each ctype for which conition record is created

While creating condition record we have several key combination -Say cust . cust/mat,

sales org/cust/mat etc.

PL let me know the table that can be used for extracting condition master data

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    Posted on Nov 11, 2008 at 04:27 AM

    Hi,

    Go to Access Sequence,in Access Sequence there are Condition Table Numbers e.g.304 Customer/Material Cobination.

    Put the prefix A before this Condition table number & pass this A305 in SE16.

    Do this for all the tables which you wants.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Hemant Patil

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      hI Hemanth,,

      Thx for replyin

      I more info i need what exactly A-indicates

      is ther any other character like this say B/C etc.

      where else can we apply similar logic like prefixing A to find table.

      Pl suggest

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    Posted on Nov 11, 2008 at 05:38 AM

    HI,

    IN ORDER TO SEE THE CONDTION TYPES MAINTAINED , GO THE THE TABLE A802, IN THAT U WILL FIND THE CONDITION RECORD NO., IN KONV TABLE ENTER THE CONDITION RECORD NO. U WILL FIND THE CONDITION RECORDS MAINTAINED.

    REGARDS,

    RAM

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