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Hi All,

I need some clarification regarding the data source “0CO_OM_WBS_6”.

This data source has a Extract structure : ICWBSCSTA1.

I just want to know in this structure the fields SMEG, SMEV, SWV are fetching data from which TABLE?



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    Posted on Feb 01, 2013 at 12:28 PM

    hi bobby,

    these are from structures.

    at ecc side go to SE11, choose Data type, SMEGR(data element), select whr used lsit, it choose as below, its displays.

    Field Data element

    SMEG, - SMEGR - Str - BIW_EVA_WBS, lot str are there, pls check it once

    SMEV, - SMEVR From str - ICCTRCSTA1 here also lot of str as source for this field

    SWV - SWKVR - str RCOOM


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      let me explain in details :

      In Data source "0CO_OM_WBS_6" Key figure "0AMOUNT" is SWG .

      SWG is the combination of fields Values WKG*, WOG* and WTG* from table COVP.


      WTG* = Transaction Curr.

      WKG* = Controlling Area curr

      WOG* = Object curr

      This are the same key figure but different currency.

      now in table data is like

      WTG* Trans curr WKG* Object curr WOG* Co area curr

      1000 USD 1200 EUR 1000 USD

      When we check this values in "0CO_OM_WBS_6" it shows like :

      Amount Vbl Val.amount Currency

      11,529 11,529 USD

      9,245 9,245 EUR

      but i'm are able to get like :

      Amount Vbl val Amount Currecy

      11,529 11,529 USD..

      Only a single currency we are able to get and missing other currency ..

      Moreover i wanna differenate the values with the help of currecny ...

      Please let me know if any details needed..

      Thanks All !!


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