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former_member396676
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Hi,

Requirement

Which database table stores value of RF02L-KLPRZ?

Thanks

Vrajesh

(I know where to used list path.)

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Former Member
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If RF02L is not a database table , just do a where use list and try.

OK, Try to find select statement in code , you can start debugger and the put breakpoint on select statement and check .

OR run a trace ST05 and check .

OR search your field name in code and check where is it populated and how.

Edited by: Harsh Bhalla on Nov 24, 2009 10:13 PM

former_member191735
Active Contributor
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Try the following

KNKA

KNKK

KNKKF1

KNKKF2

When you know where used list path... Why dont you try it first.

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Hi,

I already tried and checked these tables before posting a thread in the forum.

Not available in any of these tables.

Vrajesh

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You need to calculate RF02L-KLPRZ from KNKK

w_final-klprz = knkk-sauft - knkk-skfor.

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HI ,

This is not correct formula.

value shown in RF02L-KLPRZ is percentage.(let us say 32.53)

thanks,

Vrajesh