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Table of ODS-Tables

Hi guys,

does anybody know the table, in which the information is stored of which tables a ODS-Object consists? E. g. ODS-Object OSD001 consists of /BIC/AOSD00100, the active table, /BIC/AOSD0012040, the new data and /BIC/B<some generic number>, the change log.

regards

Siggi

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2004 at 02:52 PM

    Hi Siggi,

    the /BIC/B table can be seen in table RSTSODS with key 8<ODS Object name>. The other table names are hard coded invariably the same, not stored in a table.

    REgards, Klaus

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      Hi Siggi,

      I was a little too fast with the answer, you are right, I forgot the system suffix. Yes, there may be several entries but the current one should be the one with the highest (9999) date to, shouldn't it? More than one of that type should not exist.

      Regards, Klaus

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