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E2WBB01- AENKZ : Assortment list IDoc

Hello,

Can anyone tell me what does field AENKZ of segment E1WBB01 indicate?

It's description is "Change Indicator" but I can't understand what it's values indicate ["INIT" ... "LSTA" ... "DIRC"]

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Thanks in advance ...

Heba

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    Posted on May 06, 2011 at 03:26 PM

    Hello,

    The field E1WBB01-AENKZ indicates the type of Assortment request. When it is MODI, it is generated through a change pointer process (Transaction WDBU). When it is DIRC, it is generated from manual request (WDBM).

    Thanks,

    Venu

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    • Hi Heba,

      LSTA stands for Scope Of List(Start of List) and similarly you have LEND(End of List).

      Also the following values are available for AENKZ(Change indicator of assortment list)

      INIT Initialization

      DIRC Direct request

      NEW New

      MODI Changed

      DELE Deleted

      LSTA Scope of list

      LEND End of list

      SSTA On sale from

      SEND On sale to

      Please note WDBU transaction is also available which is used for generating Change Messages for Assortment List

      Hope it helps

      Best Regards

      Aram K.

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