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CE48200 and CE38200 ( KE30 transaction)

Hi All,

When we execute KE30 transcation, the data is fetched from CE48200 and CE38200 tables. This transaction will produce a profitability report. In the report it calculates Sales quantity, Revenue, Buying Costs, Gross Margin and its Percentage.

However, this calculation is going wrong only for a particular Tarief type. For this Tarief type already prices are defined for a particular region in SAP.

But, KE30 transaction is not considerting the latest prices for this Tarief type. I found that the data is fetching from CE48200 and CE38200 tables. I compared the report totals and the data in these tables and found that the data in this table itself is filled wrong.

So I want to know when these tables are being filled.

Can any one tell me about these tables and on which transaction these are filled?

Thanks in Advance.

Vijay

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    Posted on May 26, 2009 at 07:50 AM

    Hi

    CE4XXXX is Segment table which is located at a higher level. It is used to assign segment numbers to each combination of characteristic values.

    CE3XXXX is Segment Level table i.e CE4XXXX, is set up between the segment table and (Actual ) line items i.e CE1XXXX.

    Plz revert for futher clarifications, if any.

    santosh

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      Hi Santosh,

      Thank you for the reply.

      But I wanna know during which process these tables are filled. This is because I have to analyze why the profitability report is going wrong. The report is not considering the latest prices that are defined in SAP (EPREIH table SAP-ISU). That was the issue.

      I found an FM RKE_WRITE_CE4__8200 which is dynamically generated. I do not know when and where it is called.

      Could you please help me?

      Thanks,

      Vijay

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