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Read AUSP from an archived Sales Order

Hi,

How can I read the content of AUSP belongs to an archived sales order?

    CALL FUNCTION 'ARCHIVE_GET_NEXT_RECORD' 
         EXPORTING 
              archive_handle          = im_handle 
         IMPORTING 
              record                  = lv_data 
              record_structure        = lv_structure 
         EXCEPTIONS 
              end_of_object           = 1 
              internal_error          = 2 
              wrong_access_to_archive = 3 
              OTHERS                  = 4. 

After this call I checked lv_structure in the loop, but there was no AUSP

Any idea?

Thanks,

Peter

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2005 at 09:49 AM

    Hello Peter,

    I'm not very clear with your question. AUSP, says SE11, contains the characteristic vales. What exactly are you trying to read from the Archives? Is there an Archiving Object for the information you need (I haven't been able to find one)?

    As I'm not an expert on this, I would like to know how the table AUSP is related to Sales Order. I imagine the <i>class type</i> has got something to with it, is that so?

    Further, the example programs RSARCH* would help you understand how the ARCHIVE* Function Modules are used in common Archiving operations. Of particular interest may be the programs RSARCH03 and RSARCH05.

    Please do let us know how it goes..

    Regards,

    Anand Mandalika.

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