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VA03 Partners tables

Hello everyone

I was wondering if anyone could help me solve another SAP riddle.

In transaction VA03 you enter an order number and press enter.

There's a field "Ship-to party" with a customer-number next to it. And the name of the customer, address, etc. next to that number.

Normally, I check the VBPA table for partner-functions on PARVW = "WE" to get the asociated Ship-To customers.

However, when I look in the VBPA table for this particular order, I find the same number as in VA03, but when I check the KNA1 table with that customer number, I find another customer name than the one that is printed in VA03.

It seems SAP merges 2 tables to get these customer names, and yields the other table (other than KNA1) to print the name in VA03.

Can anyone point me in a general direction where I could find this other table?

Or possibly just give me the name of the other table? 😊

Thanks in advance

Tim.

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    Posted on May 27, 2005 at 07:13 AM

    Tim,

    When a user creates or changes an sales order, he or she can override the address details of a partner. By double clicking on one of the partners, the address details can be changed for that order only. These changes are not saved to the customer master data.

    Instead a new address is created for the customer. In table VBPA you can see the new address number for that order+customer. This number typically starts with 90000...

    With the standard function modules for address management you can retieve the data for this locally changed customer.

    Regards,

    Arjan Aalbers

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    Posted on May 27, 2005 at 07:12 AM

    Try with table 'ADRC' using VBPA-ADRNR field.

    Gianluca

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