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Appending fields to the 2LIS_13_VD0ITM

I have noticed that in a modification of the extract structure MC13VD0ITM for the 2LIS_13_VD0ITM someone has appended some fields without the recommended ZZxyz naming convention. What are the implications? I have gone into the append structure to add ZZ to the names which I am able to save and activate. However when I try to add a field from the communication structure to the extractor (LBWE | Maintenance) and view the extract structure (se11) MC13VD0ITM the ZZ part of the amended name has been stripped. Why is this.

Not sure if it helps but although I am able to modify the append structures in the extract structure MC13VD0ITM, I am not able to edit/modify the extract structure itself. I get a message which asks for an access key. Any thoughts?

Thanks in advance for your help

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    Posted on Jun 14, 2005 at 08:36 AM

    Hi Niten,

    normally it's a good practice to put ZZ naming convention, but I don't think this is related to your problem...

    If I'm right understanding your situation, you cannot see your added fields since you have create them into an append in the extract structure, while you can see a field in LBWE (first step) only if you add it in the LIS communication structure !

    About MC13VD0ITM, it's normal that you can only add append, but, since it's a std object, you can change its original structure...

    Hope it helps!



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