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How to see data in hierarchy


I was searching on the forums, but could not find an appropriate thread on this. I want to see data

1. In PSA tables or equivalent for the hierachy data after succesful infopackage load. I can see the number of records in the monitor for infopack, but how to see the actual data for that run some where like 'ALE Inbox'.

2. When I click on 'display' of the hierarchy, I can see the infoobjects under the hierarchy, but how to see the actual data inside those infoobjects?

Please list the tcodes if possible.

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2009 at 05:11 AM

    Hi Latha,

    Whenever you create a hierarchy and activate it, an internal ID called Hierarchy ID will be generated and this information is stored in the table RSHIEDIR. In SE12 go to this table and in place of HIENM give the name of your Hierarchy and IOBJNM as the name of the infoobject for which you created this hierarchy(0costelmnt in this case). With this you will get a HIEID.

    Pass this HIEID to the Hierarchy (H) table of the costelement infoobject(/BI0/HCOSTELMNT) and here you will find all the 9 records that you loaded for your hierarchy. Hope this helps solve your issue.

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  • Posted on Sep 02, 2009 at 08:43 PM

    Hierarchies are usually ttransferred using the iDoc interface which means that they do not use PSA... the only way to see the data for a hisrearchy would be to see it in the maintain hierarchy option in RSA1 or in the infoobject details screen.

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    • Former Member Sai Kumar

      Dear Latha;

      I am explaning all about using Flat File extraction for hierarchy.

      After scheduling , you can see all data in Segment level.

      This is just like ordinary extraction method and flat file should be in organized way to load as hierarchy will follow only in 3x method.

      Get back any issues on.


      Raju Saravanan

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