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Sales contract related tables

Hi Friends,

i got one requirement and need to prepare contract reconcillation report.in this for designing the selection screen i need to pick sales org, division, Distrubution channel and contract id.. and they mentioned in the FS i should pick from contract table but i dont know the table name for contract so pls friends help me out by providing the table names related to contract...

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Sandya

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2012 at 07:13 AM

    Hi Sandya,

    Table for contracts are same as that of sales order.

    You can find out the contract using the below table in sequence by passing the right GUID from one table to other based on your selection parameters. You need to add Process type etc also.

    CRMD_ORDERADM_H > CRMD_LINK> CRMD_ORGMAN

    Oce you get the list of contracts use CRM_ORDER_READ FM to get the contract data.

    Lovekush Singh

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    • Hi Sandya,

      If you login with you ID in SDN and open this thred then you will see two buttons in every answer one will say "Helpful Answer" and other "Correct Answer" you can select any one of that based on how you rate the answer.

      Helpful answer is one which might not have solved your problem but helped you in identifying the problem or gave a clue to how to solve it. Correct anwer is one which gave you exact anwer what you wanted.

      Thanks,

      Lovekush Singh

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2012 at 06:42 AM

    Hi Sandya,

    Sales Organization (VKORG), Distribution Channel (VTWEG) & Division (SPART) you will get in VBAK table by passing Contract No. (VBAK-VBELN).

    For Contract Data like Contract Start date , End date etc refer VEDA table.

    Hope it helps.

    AKN

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