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QM02 trans data

Former Member
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Hi,

Can any one tell me in which table i can find the data.

QM02---> enter some notification number

click SUBJECT tab

u can see down EXECUTION tab

there u can see 'Department resp' '123456' '<b>asdfgf</b>'

I need "asdfgf" data table.

points guaranteed

cheers

kaki

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former_member188685
Active Contributor
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Better Option is Run SQL trace find out where you can find the data flow..

regards

vijay

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Hi vijay,

Can u tell me how to trace qm02?

kaki

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start ST05,and then activate the trace button,then run qm02. after run go to st05 then press the list trace.

there you can find the info..

vijay

Former Member
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Hi,

First of all place cursor on the field, press F1 then <b>Technical Info</b> and then tell us what is the DDIC structure and fieldname that is used on the screen, screen number and program name.

Always make it a practice to first see the F1, technical help to arrive at the DB field.

Hope this helps..

Sri

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Hi Srikanth,

structure : DIIHPA

field name: NAME_LIST

program name: SAPLQM00

screen no : 0400

kaki

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Hi,

Ok it looks like it contains Name of a Partner (can be an Employee number in your case) entered on the screen.

Take a look at function module PM_PARTNER_READ, You have to pass PARNR = '123456' or whatever the number is and then you will get back NAME_LIST in DIADRP_WA in exporting parameters..

Take a look at function module PM_PARTNER_READ_MASTER_DATA as well.

You might have to get PARVW from somewhere on the screen.

Hope this helps..

Sri

Message was edited by: Srikanth Pinnamaneni

Former Member
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Hi,

One way of checking the db tab name would be, go by F1 & Technical info, go to the dataelement and check the where used list, this might list you the number of tables used by the dataelement, you may get the link from this,

Hope this helps,

Rgds,

former_member188685
Active Contributor
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hi kaki,

Did you got the Answer...

vijay

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No vijay,

Unable to find out the table.Iam developing one report.

I need this data..

Still struggling...

kaki

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Did you Use Trace ,

analyse the trace

vijay

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thans vijay

i got it and points allowted

cheers

kaki