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dataclass

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wat r dataclass plz describe it brief.

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hi rakesh,

Data class logically defines the physical area of the database in which your table is stored.the importanat data class are master data,transactional data,organizational data and system data.

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Hi...

Dataclass is there in the technical attributes of a table.

Actually a database is divided in to table spaces.

and some of these table spaces are tuned for easy read access and some are tuned for easy write access.

If you choose the data class correctly, your table is automatically assigned to the correct area (tablespace or DBspace) of the database when it is created. Each data class corresponds to a physical area in which all the tables assigned to this data class are stored. There are the following data classes:

APPL0 (master data): Data which is seldomly changed. An example of master data is the data contained in an address file, such as the name, address and telephone number.

APPL1 (transaction data): Data that is frequently changed. An example of transaction data is the goods in a warehouse, which change after each purchase order.

APPL2 (organizational data): Customizing data that is defined when the system is installed and seldomly changed. An example is the table with country codes.

also see the following link;

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/cf/21eac5446011d189700000e8322d00/frameset.htm

let me know if you have any more doubt.

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Suresh.......

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hi rakesh,

Data class logically defines the physical area of the database in which your table is stored.the importanat data class are master data,transactional data,organizational data and system data.

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Hi rakesh.

you and sriram are making fun of SDN.

<b>Moderators will be watching this,

your accounts will be blocked.......</b>

Regards,

Suresh......