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Process-Key Enrichment for Customer MM movement types.

Keywords: BWVORG, BWAPPLNM, 2LIS_03_BF, BWART, T156, MSEG.

Hello all,

I have a question about Process-Key Enrichment. (Also referred as BW Transaction key in some places.)

We have successfuly loaded MSEG data into the BW. In our R/3 system, we maintained more customer movement types then supplied by SAP. (Range 900-999,Z??)

The extractor doesn't know how to enrich this type of data since he only knows how to relate Process-Key (0PROCESSKEY) to SAP given movement types.

Can anyone advice about how to "Teach" SAP how to enrich them ?

Thanks in advance,

Yoad.

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    Posted on Nov 16, 2004 at 07:22 PM

    Hi Yoad,

    SAP logically doesn't consider in the std update rules all the custom movements....so, you have to enhance your update rules and, in the IF statement, you have to insert also all the situation related to your custom movements.

    If you want to enhance the process keys (but however you have to insert it in the update rules !) you can do this in transaction MCB0 (and then to assign the right values in the user exit for the transactional flows).

    If you want some more info, let me know...

    Hope it helps (and please don't forget to assign some points by clickin'on the yellow star to the contributors that help you !!!)

    Bye,

    Roberto

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      Hi Yoad,

      as process keys are supplied interactively in the corresponding LIS function modules, it is possible to use customer-specific process keys (customer name space 500-999) and these keys can be supplied via the associated customer exit in the Logistics application, that is, for material movement, the EXIT_SAPLMCB1_001.

      However you have to refer to the MCB0 transaction that is based on customizing table TMCLVBW and text table TMCLVBWT.

      In any case, you have to do something custom, my dear !

      Hope it helps.

      Bye,

      Roberto

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2004 at 04:42 PM

    The extractor uses the properties in tables T156 and TMCA to determine the BW transaction keys.

    So if you just copied a movement correctly, without changing too much, it should be extracted correctly anyway !

    See OSS note 492828 that explains this a bit more in detail.

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