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How can I lookup a certain element given multiple equipment IDs

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Good day!

I’m fairly new to SAP and I’m not that expert to be honest.

I was given a list of 200 equipment, each has an ID in the sap system. My task is to go through all of these equipment and make sure that a certain common item (let’s call it ‘X’) is catalogued.

Is there a way of doing that without having to go through the equipment one by one and looking manually?


If i was to design a program, this could work however I'm not even sure how to do that in sap:

“Enter Equipment ID: ##

If the item ‘X’ is present, return true, else false”


appreciate your support

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former_member27
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raymond_giuseppi
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For a new program or query, you could look at some tables such as EQST (Equipment to BOM Link) and STPO (BOM item)

In SAP standard, did you look at transactions such as IH03 and CS15?