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PLPO table & report

Hi Experts, Since I am not sure which forum should I post SAP PM module question,I have posted below same question to PLM forum as well. In table PLPO output, I am getting only one operation details for a task list group even though there are muliplte operations. Please suggest why it is happening? What are the tables & logic ,I need to apply to develop a report to get total actual hrs spent in prventive maintenance & total plan hrs for preventive maintenance for a period? Both strategy based & single cycle maintenance plans are availalbe. Thanks in advance rgds Pranjal

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2012 at 09:36 AM

    If you are creating a new program, then it may be quicker to look at Logical Database "PNI" via TCode SE36.


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    Posted on Nov 17, 2012 at 06:29 PM

    If you want to take actual hours spent for Preventive Maintenance, then you should take from PM order not from Task list.

    Operation Description - In table AFKO, pass AUFNR value to get AUFPL value.

    Actual Work Hours (Normal) – In table AFRU, pass AUFPL, VORNR & PERNR values to get the LEARR value.

    If you need Planned hours from Task list, you can use PLPO table.

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