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Display Inheritance specification on WWI report when generated on the target spec

Hi Experts,

I want to display the inherited specification component ,when a WWI report is generated on to the Target specification (Parent)specification . Please do let me know on how we can populate that info on to the WWI report.

Regards,

D R Reddy

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  • Jun 19, 2018 at 06:15 PM

    Hello

    no idea why you need this... For table "ESTRR" i am pretty sure that we have some standard report symbol to retrieve the "Specid" and other data. For inheritance: never checked (as we do not use "inheritance"). Assuming that no SAP Standard symbol exists: then you have to do the job yourself (and you need good practise in doing so !!)

    It is very common to list "composition" or "Spec. Listing" data. But inheritance... no idea why this might be "helpful". In any case:

    Inheritance is a very complex process. (because of data model). I can not see a "value" for a WWI report to print this data as you normally "must" print as well some information regading "Which inheritance template" has been used (the issue is: you can "inherit" property data and identifier data !!; only to know the "source" iD is not really a "value"... But I do not know your requirement: so it is not easy to judge

    C.B.

    PS: there is no similar question in this FORUM according to my knowledge; so you are the first with such an requirement

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  • Jun 25, 2018 at 11:07 PM

    Hello, I am wanting to populate the inherited specification on the WWI report when generated on the Target specification (where the Source is being inherited)

    Regards,

    Ranjith.

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    • Hello

      normally you do not only "print" the "spec id" but you would print as wel lsome identfiers linked to the spec id.

      I am sorry. As we do not use "Inheritance": i can not answer the question if there is any standard EHS report symbol in place to get the "number" (and may be additional identifers) printed

      C.B.

  • Jun 29, 2018 at 07:30 AM

    Hi Ranjith,

    I'm not aware of any standard symbol that reads the inheritance relationship. You will have to develop one yourself.

    Best,

    Ralph

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