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PIR Scales

Through any table can we check if a list of PIRs have scales attached?

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Reeves

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    Posted on Nov 13, 2008 at 01:20 AM

    Hi

    The scales for the info reord are stored in table KONM - Quantity scales

    KONW - Value scales.

    If you are starting from info record no then you need to get other primary fields form EINA & EINE.

    To have a better performance while fetching the data from A017 or A018 I would suggest you to use the maximum fields from the table primary ket like Material, vendor, plant, pur org, info rec category.

    You may get multiple records if you have multiple validity periods in the info record.

    You need to goto KONP with KNUMH & get the KNUMH record which does not have deletion indicator.

    Then with that KNUMH goto KONM / KONW to get the scales.

    Regards

    Prasad

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    Posted on Nov 12, 2008 at 09:25 PM

    KONM is the table but you need to link the PIR.

    I will try to find that table

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  • Posted on Nov 12, 2008 at 09:29 PM

    info record is stored mainly in table EINE and EINA.

    purchasing org data and general data.

    The access key from info record to the prices is stored in tables A017 and A018.

    prices are stored in table KONH and KONP (here you can find the scales as well)

    there is no direct link from the info record to the price from a table point of view. you will not find an info record number in the price tables,

    If you are searching for a valid price you have to use vendor number and material number.

    With that you search records in table A017 and A018. Take the KNUMH field as result.

    With KNUMH field you can finally find price records in KONH and in KONP

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