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where used

Hi,

when i try to remove some master data in master data maintenence,it says it might be used in the data targets.

CAn i see anywhere the where used list for this object?

Thanks,

Haarika.

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2004 at 03:49 PM

    Hi Haarika,

    Yes you can. Edit the InfoObject with transaction RSA1. Once editing the object you will see an icon with a little square and 3 arrows (above the Characteristic technical name). Click that icon and you'll get a list with the different objects that use this InfoObject.

    Hope it helps,

    Andreu

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      Hi Haarika,

      If you want to do any modification to 0MATERIAL InfoObject that requires master data deletion you will have to delete the content of all those data targets (ODS/InfoCubes) using this InfoObject. So I am afraid that once you get the where-used list you will have to check for each data target if this has data and delete it.

      If you get a better way to solve it, let me know.

      Regards,

      Andreu

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2004 at 03:49 PM

    Haarika,

    Simply double click on the InfoObject (you can do this either in Display/Change mode) and go to "Edit" mode and select "Where-used list" ..it will display all the objects where this object was used..

    try it.. its a nice output..

    Good luck

    Mavi

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