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Which infoprovider to use, when wanting "ECC processorder report KKBC_HOE"?

Hi experts,

Which infoprovider to use in BW, when wanting processorder content like the report in ECC, transaction code KKBC_KOE, i.e. aggregation pf process orders? (Including target figures as well as actual figures.)



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    Posted on Apr 13, 2012 at 12:41 PM

    Hi Niclas,

    Where you ever able to identify the datasource to be used ??



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    • I think not necessary for Niclas any more, but your question is quite recent. Stumbled upon it last week when struggling with the same problem :-)

      I used DS 0CO_PC_01 for plan/actual data and 0CO_PC_02 for target and variance data.

      If you want to include Cost Components you should create a ZCOSTCSPL info object and load the table TCKH2 through custom datasource. Fill ZCOSTCSPL by creating individual maping records between cost element and cost component via start routine, because TCKH2 only contains ranges. When you load your cube, read the masterdata from ZCOSTCSPL. Be aware for the used keys in TCKH2, so you cannot add this master data directly to cost element.

      If you also want the CO hierarchy (cfr. your other post concerning used hierarchy in KKBC_HOE) you should create it yourself, because it's not available. Check with your CO consultant for the used logic. At my current project they split up DLV and WIP production orders, so solution was to create a time dependent production order status.


      Rutger Hennico

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