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Extractor for service order costs

Hi everybody,

I want to extract costs for service orders. I came across the following standard DataSources: 0CO_OM_OPA_1 and 0CO_OM_OPA_6.

What are the differences between these 2 DataSources? Is it correct that 0CO_OM_OPA_1 accesses the tables COSP and COSS and is not delta capable while 0CO_OM_OPA_6 extracts data from table COEP and is delta capable?

Besides, I'm only interested in atual costs, but not in allocations. How can I filter out these allocations?

Thanks in advance!



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    Posted on Jan 13, 2009 at 09:26 PM

    Hi Thomas,

    There is no standard delta capable DataSource to extract only actual costs of service orders.

    The following are options for extracting service order costs;

    1. Use the standard DataSource 0CO_OM_OPA_6. It should be able to extract actual costs of service orders. 0CO_OM_OPA_6 is not only for service orders, but also for other order types.


    2. The standard DataSource 0PM_OM_OPA_2 extracts only PM order actual costs.

    You could modify the extractor (function module BWSM_PM_GET_ORDCST)

    of 0PM_OM_OPA_2 to select service orders too.

    Best Regards,


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