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Step by Step approach to archieve unused Article masters on mass level - SAP IS Retail

Hey Experts,

I have tried to explore about archiving the article masters on mass level on different forums, but could not get an end to end satisfactorily approach.

My requirement is quite transparent.

I have around one lakhs of unused articles in our system. By "ünused" I mean - Articles were created in the system. Assortment and listing are also done for them in around 250 different sites. But, there are no receipts or issues for these articles - that is, there is no MCBE entries for these articles. No stocks exists for them.

So, these articles are termed as "ünused" and has to be archieved - so that their enries do not exist in Article database SAP tables.

Also, is there any transaction to get the list of such articles which has no MCBE entries ?

Thank you for your response.

Regards,
Ritu

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  • Posted on Aug 01, 2018 at 08:05 AM

    Hi Ritu!

    First determine the application tables from which You want to archive data. Than you can check corresponding data archiving object in tr. DB15.

    Here enter table name in field "Objects for table" and hit enter.

    Afterwards you can use the listed archive object to archive the entries from table.

    Regards

    Gergely

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