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i´m working on a report using Logical DataBase



The problem i´m facing is that there are several entries of ekbe-menge for a single entry of eket-menge.

is there a relationship between ekbe-menge ekbe-bldat and eket-menge eket-sfldt?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2005 at 11:44 PM

    Sorry, but without knowing more about what you are trying to do this will be a difficult question to answer. EKBE is the line item history for the purchasing doc. It lists related movements that have posted against the PO.

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    • Former Member Pablo Casamayor

      Hi calsadillo,

      the point is, it's quite normal that there are several entries in table EKBE for a single position of a purchase order. Table EKBE stores every goods-receipt movement and every invoice posted to one single position of a purchase order. So if you want to retrieve just one record from table EKBE, I think it's not possible.

      But: depending on what you want to do, you could write some sort of

      select shkzg sum(menge)
      into corresponding fields of ekbe
      from ekbe
      where ebeln = ...
      and ebelp = ...
      group by vgabe

      ...and then you will have, for instance, two records: one for debit positions (shkzg = S), and one for credit positions (shkzg = H). Then you could say:

      if ekbe-shkzg = 'H'.
        ekbe-menge = ekbe-menge * ( -1 ).

      ...and continue with the summarization.

      Please let us know if it helped. Best regards,


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