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Sub Operation

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Does anyone have any idea where i can find the Sub operation field.

Thank you

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Former Member
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In what sense?

You can start with table PLPH.

Rob

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Former Member
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In what sense?

You can start with table PLPH.

Rob

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I'am attempting to generate a routinng list detailing material, Material description , work center, operation and sub operations, so far not much luck at all.

Which field do you suggest i use in PLPH.

Thank you

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Let's try this a different way.

What table stores the operation?

Rob

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Thes are the tables i'm currently using MAPL, PLKO, PLAS, PLPO

and PLPO seems to be the one with the operation.

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field "VORNR"

Operations and suboperations are stored in same table AFVC. Suboperations can be identified with the field 'Sup. Op. node' (SUMNR) populated with the operation to which it is assigned.

Regards