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Table TMCEXCFS

The table TMCEXCFS represents LO Data Extraction: Field Status of communication structure. Where can I find help re this table i.e. need to determine information about the extract structures.

Also a description of the table would be useful

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2005 at 05:43 PM

    Hi Niten,

    first of all, welcome on board !

    It's better to post similar questions in BW forums...

    Anyway, if you need info about extract structures, take a look to ROOSOURCE table...here you can find what you need !

    Ah, I was forgetting...

    The interaction of the LIS communication structures with the extract structures is controlled, amongst other things, by the table TMCEXCFS, in which, information about the fields that you have selected, or the fields which are not available for selection, is contained for all LIS communication structures.

    In table TMCEXCFZ, all additional fields that the customer has chosen are recorded.

    The extract structures are assigned to their DataSources using table TMCEXACT. In addition, in TMCEXACT, the activation status for the extraction is saved.

    The DataSource is generated on the basis of these tables (for example, according to the enhancement of an extract structure).

    Hope it helps!

    (and please don't forget to assign some points...it's THE way to say thanks here !!!)

    Bye,

    Roberto

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