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need help in query to have all items in sap with PO data on order, date

Hello Everyone,

I need some help in writing a query to show all items in sap db to have itemcode, itemname, onhand, sellable(onhand-committed), on order, and the delivery date when that time should be received. I need to know what items are regular items, which ones are master and components. For the master I need to have the deliver date of the PO for the component.

I have written this.

SELECT DISTINCT TOP (100) PERCENT T1.ItemCode, SUM(T1.Sellable) AS Sellable, T1.OnOrder, MAX(T1.Docduedate) AS DeliveryDate, T1.WhsCode

FROM (SELECT ItemCode, Sellable, OnOrder, '1/1/1900' AS Docduedate, WhsCode

FROM dbo.V_RAZ_StoreInv

UNION ALL

SELECT TOP (100) PERCENT ItemCode, '0' AS Sellable, Quantity AS Onorder, DocDueDate, WhsCode

FROM dbo.V_RAZ_OPENPOSDATA

ORDER BY ItemCode) AS T1 LEFT OUTER JOIN

dbo.V_RAZ_ItemInfo ON T1.ItemCode = dbo.V_RAZ_ItemInfo.ItemCode

GROUP BY T1.ItemCode, T1.OnOrder, T1.WhsCode, dbo.V_RAZ_ItemInfo.OnHold

HAVING (dbo.V_RAZ_ItemInfo.OnHold = 'n')

ORDER BY T1.ItemCode, T1.WhsCode

and for the v_raz_openposdata I have the following query

SELECT dbo.OPOR.DocNum, dbo.OPOR.DocStatus, dbo.POR1.WhsCode, dbo.POR1.ItemCode, dbo.POR1.Dscription, dbo.POR1.Quantity, dbo.POR1.OpenQty,

dbo.POR1.LineStatus, dbo.OPOR.DocDueDate

FROM dbo.OPOR LEFT OUTER JOIN

dbo.POR1 ON dbo.OPOR.DocEntry = dbo.POR1.DocEntry

WHERE (dbo.OPOR.DocStatus = 'O')

Any help is greatly appreciated.

Right now I do get the delivery date for regular items and components but the master sku for the component all of them have 1/1/1900.

Thank you

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 08:12 PM

    Hi,

    You have asked your first question 2 years ago and not closing that posting yet.

    For this query, it would be too difficult or not possible for anyone to help you because all data come out of your UDT.

    You may list detail requirement for the goal of the query, UDT may not be needed.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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