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Re: Variant tables usuage for variant configuration.

Dear All.

I have variant configuration and I need variant tables for the dependencies. Can any body guide me how to use the variant tables.

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2009 at 10:05 AM

    Hi,

    Vtables Can be used for Restrict the Char Values using constraint or Used for infer the char Values using a procedure.

    Regards

    Praveen

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    • Former Member

      Hi.

      I have used them mostly as a repository of technical data unknown to sales department (guys who create and configure sales order).

      In a Packaging Industry they used variants for folding cartons and all technical data was maintained by a Techical Area in variant tables. Data was retrieved from configuration using procedures.

      Variant table data is maintained in transaction CU60. This is not a very friendly interface and can't deal with multi-user updation. This is why one year after go-live this company started to use a Z-tables and LINKED them to variant tables (CU62). Using this you can work with same procedures but with much more easier data maintenance. I recommend to take this in account.

      regards, SL

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2010 at 10:39 AM

    Using variant tables, to configure entire variant configuration, more knowledge is needed.

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