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RSA1 -> Documents

Hi

How can we find the total document count in the RSA1 -> Documents.

I need to find the total document count. Transcation data is already uploaded in the ODS. Now how can i find the total document count uploaded? Douments is done at infoprovider level.

If i click on "Show Documents" push button it takes long time due to huge data. And thus i need to end the session.

And also 2 types of documents have been uploaded. For eg in our case comments and line items & end users comment. How is this differenciated to see in the RSA1-> document.

I am very new to douments concept. So would require your kind help.

Regards,

Rohini

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2005 at 01:40 PM

    Hi Rohini,

    you can go directly to the database tables and count the entries using transaction SE16. The names of the document tables all start with RSOD.

    Regards

    Stephan

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    • Former Member

      Thanks Stephan

      Iam not able to locate the requireed table to find the document count. Plz help me out. i hope m clear with my question.

      Document was uploaded by ABAP program. It was done by another guy and now i want the document count he uploaded.

      REgards,

      Rohini

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