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Link between table EQUI and ISEG

Former Member
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Hi Guru,

Can anyone tell me the table link between table EQUI and ISEG?

Thanks,

Ari

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bpawanchand
Active Contributor
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Hi

There is no relationship between the two tables directly.

Regards

Pavan

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bpawanchand
Active Contributor
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Hi

There is no relationship between the two tables directly.

Regards

Pavan

GauthamV
Active Contributor
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hi,

There is no link directly between those 2 tables.

karol_seman
Active Participant
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Hi Ari,

what about this path:

in EQUI you have connection via EQUNR to EQUZ and from EQUZ to ISEG via IBLNR.

Just guessing, not using ISEG yet

Regards,

Karol

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Dear Karon,

Thanks for your solutions.

I have another question, is there any table link between EQUI and LINV?

Thanks,

Ari

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Hi

well if you want to know the relation ship between any of teh tables go through the following steps.

1. Execute SQVI t-code

2.Enter a Name in QUICK VIEW.

3. Click Create.

4.Enter Tilte and then in DATA SOURCE select TABLE JOIN and Press ENTER.

5. press SHIFt + F1 and go on adding the tables names that you want to find the relations ships each time by repeating STEP 5.

Regards

pavan

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Hi Ari,

I am sorry but I don't know and I am not successful in searching. I can explain you how to do that so maybe you can find it on your own:

open the table you want to find connection. Get the key field "Field type". Take this field type and put it in SE11 to input field "Data type" and press display (don't forget to click on correct radio button). Then click to button "where used list" (CrtlShiftF3) and cross the check box tables and just search over the results if you find any appropriate table ...

I hope you can find it.

Regards,

Karol