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INOB Table

Dear Experts,

Table INOB contains the material & Batch for the characteristics stord in AUSP ..

The problem is Material & Batch are not stored in diffirent columns .. for example :

MAHDES4X2GLX 0000000019

MAHDES4X2GLX 0000000020

BMWE70FE41X5 3.0I 123456

BMWE70FE41X5 3.0I 123450

BMWE60NB91M5 0000000022

BMWE70FE41X5 3.0I 0000000023

BMWE70FE41X5 3.0I 0000000024

BMWE70FE41X5 3.0I 0000000025

BMWE90VG99320IA 0000000026

BMWE90VG99320IA 0000000027

BMWE60NU96530IA 0000000030

BMWE60NU96530IA 0000000031

You can see that there is no specific pattern to achieve the extraction of the material & Batch from this column

Please Advice

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2009 at 11:55 AM

    Hi,

    The first 18 characters of the field are Material Numbers and the remaining are the Batch numbers.

    Cheers!!!

    Regards,

    Vimal.

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      Hi,

      You check with functional consultant to check the format of that charcterstics.

      Functional consulant use to set the characterstics structure like how many characters for material and how many characters for batch.

      Thanks,

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2009 at 12:00 PM

    Yes you were right .. but I figured another solution that with using table MCH1-CUOBJ_BM and link them directly to AUSP with out the need of INOB

    Thanks alot for you help

    Best Regards

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