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from which table shell i fetch invoice no i.e exnum.(vbrk,likp,j_ix...)

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I have to create dispatch intimation report. tables i m using r vbrk,vbrp,likp,liks,vbpa,kna1(for customer name ref to likp),lfa1(for transporter name, makt (for material description.).

Can any one tell me from which table shell i fetch invoice no i.e exnum. i find it in vbrk , likp and j_ix... but dont know which is correct and what field shell i put join to fetch it properly.

Regarda,

ranu

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    Posted on Sep 06, 2009 at 09:33 AM

    Hi,

    If your trying to fetch invoice number you'll get it in VBRK & VBRP itself.

    If you are fetching excise invoice wrt to invoice you can establish link between VBRK & J_1IEXCHDR with VBELN & RDOC of both tables respectively.

    In table J_1IEXCHDR you will get EXNUM, etc.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Amit

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    Posted on Sep 05, 2009 at 05:39 PM

    Hi ,

    Question is not clear,

    Is this the External document number, if so then you have to get the vale from VBRP-XBLNR

    If it is Acconting document number, then you have to get it from the VBRK-BELNR.

    If the above two are not correct then please mention the name clearly, so that we can give the soltion.

    regrds,

    santosh

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