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PO Header Text Types

Hi everyone,

we've maintained the set of text header types to use for Purchase Orders in SPRO.

The view that's behind the customizing is V_TTXID_MM_UPD, which is a join of TTXID and TTXIT.

The thing is that we want to retrieve the list of the text header types that we defined in SPRO at runtime (in ABAP) but we don't know where this list is maintained.

I can see the entries in TTXID and TTXIT but those are too many for us. We just defined a subset of them.

What table is the customizing stored into?

Thank you!

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    Posted on Jul 04, 2011 at 07:34 PM


    The text object of the purchasing document header is EKKO. Therefore you can just check the table TTXID for this text object. Unfortunately, "purchasing documents" are not only PO's. Therefore you will have to limit your selection to text ID's starting with "F". This is the purchasing document category of the PO (seen e.g. in the PO header EKKO-BSTYP).



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    Posted on Jul 04, 2011 at 09:05 PM


    Material master basic data text and PO text are stored in the very same tables STXH and STXL, there is just one difference: text ID of basic data text is GRUN while for PO text the text ID is BEST.



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