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Standard alternative to M_REBLG (and kinds) in ECC6

Hi All,

What I am trying to find is some standard (non-Z) alternative to Matchcode objects such as M_REBLG in SAP Version ECC6. (Matchcode objects are obsolete in ECC6.) I already tried creating ZZM_REBLG as same as M_REBLG but that does not seem to be a feasible working solution for me. [Standard transactions like ME87 and MR02 does not process as expected along with the Z Developments over them and other transactions.]

If you happen to have faced the same issue and know the solution, please share.

[PS: I tried searching it everywhere but cannot find a single post or result for this and starting a discussion over here was the last resort for me so hoping to get a positive response from somebody.]

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

BGaurav

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    Posted on May 29, 2013 at 01:38 PM

    Looks like nobody has come across this while upgrading from 4.5B to ECC6. 🤯

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  • Posted on May 29, 2013 at 02:49 PM

    As written in a source like RM06EKBE (ME87) this matchcode did not exist since 4.7, and for many people it's too old...

    Ibn an old uploaded note (pdf) I found a replacement of

    * Old
    SELECT * FROM m_reblg
    INTO TABLE tab_m_reblg
    WHERE bukrs IN so_bukrs
    AND lifnr IN so_lifnr
    AND gjahr IN so_gjahr.
    * New
    SELECT * FROM bseg " or BSIK and BSAK
    INTO CORRESPONDING FIELDS OF TABLE tab_m_reblg
    WHERE bukrs IN so_bukrs
    AND gjahr IN so_gjahr
    AND koart = 'K'
    AND lifnr IN so_lifnr
    AND zlspr = 'R'.

    But what is your requirement, are you working in SPAU ?

    You can check old notes like Note 685688 - Release of "old" invoices as of SAP R/3 Enterprise (check german up to date version)

    Regards,

    Raymond

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