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How to read the data of VBRP from Archive database

Dear Friends,

I Have a requirement to retrive the data from the archive data base for the VBRP table.

Have created the a new archive info structure using the catalog SAP_SD_VBRK_002.

But I am a little confused about using the Archive info structure in retrieving.

I know about the 4 FM's that are used for retrieving the data from the archive but could not use the archive infostructure that I have created.

Pls help in find a way for retrieving those docs.

By the way, the amount of data that we are trying to retrive is unbelievbly huge...

Thanks for the help.


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    Posted on Feb 26, 2009 at 11:03 AM


    just chk out the demo programs SBOOKR and SBOOKRI_DB_AR_MULTIPLE.

    also chk out the documentations

    hope this helps


    Aakash Banga

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      Thanks Aakash,

      Have seen the Functions Modules earlier as well





      But the real Problem is

      I have created a cutomised archive Info Structure to store the retrieved data. But I am not really sure if I can use these Function modules to retrive the data and put it in my Archive Info structure.

      I only want to retrieve selected feilds from the Archive Object SD_VBRK. (basically the selected fields belong to the VBRP table).

      And want to use these feilds later in my program for a lot of caluculations.

      Pls note that the data I will be taking out from the Archive database is quite huge..

      So I also need to consider the performance of the progarm that I am working on now.

      Pls suggest if there is any better way that we can retrieve the data.

      Thanks again for the help.



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