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Problem in finding table names for dump of KE11(PLS HELP)

Former Member
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hi friends..

iam doing a dump program for Transaction KE11( change and sales profit plan)

but iam unable to find the tables for field 1) operating concern --which is in the

structure rkea2-erkrs 2)layout -- which is in structure kppos---form

and aslo 3) currency field which is in structure cepl1--frwae

or please help me to find table name where the data is stored

or can help with standrad dump program for ke11 or can help me with code if anyone had done the program .

regards

will be thankfull to each of u

farukh

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Clemenss
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Hi farukh,

open a second SAGUI session. Via menu system-utilities start the SQL trace.

Then start KE11 in your first Session an let it dump.

Stop and display the trace. You should see the tables involved.

Or look at the source line where the dump occured. Set a breakpoint before and check online what's happening.

Hope it helps,

Clemens

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Clemenss
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Hi farukh,

open a second SAGUI session. Via menu system-utilities start the SQL trace.

Then start KE11 in your first Session an let it dump.

Stop and display the trace. You should see the tables involved.

Or look at the source line where the dump occured. Set a breakpoint before and check online what's happening.

Hope it helps,

Clemens

ferry_lianto
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Hi Farukh,

Please check 4 tables per operating concern, CE1xxxx for tha actuals, CE2xxxx for the planning, CE3xxxx for the summary lines and CE4xxxx for the objects.

Depending on the defined characteristics there is one PAOBJNR in CE4xxxx for each existing combination. In CE3xxxx you should also find this PAOBJN.

Hope this will help.

Regards,

Ferry Lianto