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BOM Components

Hi ,

How can i determine that a material number is a BOM and if that is the case then how can i find the components of it.

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Arun

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2005 at 07:36 PM

    First hit against the MAST table with the material number. Then hit against STPO with the internal BOM number to get the components. There are also some function modules that will do this to.

    
    data: xmast type mast.
    data: istpo type table of stpo with header line.
    
    
    Select Single * from mast
                  where matnr = p_matnr.
    If sy-subrc = 0.
    Write:/ 'This material has a BOM'.
    else.
    Write:/ 'No BOM found'.
    Endif.
    
    
    write:/ 'Components'.
    select * into corresponding fields of table istpo
            from stpo
                 where stlnr = xmast-stlnr.
    loop at istpo.
    write:/ istpo-idnrk.
    endloop.
    

    Regards,

    Rich Heilman

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    • Former Member

      Hi Arun,

      I know you have marked this problem as solved, but in the case where you have multiple level BOMS, just selecting using the tables mast/istpo is not going to get the full list (not unless you recurse the selects).

      I would recommend going straight for the function: CS_BOM_EXPL_MAT_V2 (think spelling is correct).

      This way you'll get full explosion (for the specified plant also!).

      Cheers,

      Brad

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