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Former Member
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Hi,

Hw can we trace the VIN Number.

Regards,

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former_member585451
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Hello There,

What do you mean by Trace here??

What do you want to do with the VIN Number.. You can find the vehicle details along with the VIN number in VLCVEHICLE table.

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former_member585451
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Hello There,

What do you mean by Trace here??

What do you want to do with the VIN Number.. You can find the vehicle details along with the VIN number in VLCVEHICLE table.

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thanks. where & how do we will capture the vin #?

hope now my question is clear.

Regards,

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Hello ..

VIN is part of the Vehicle Master. We Define/Assign the VIN number to the vehicle created in the system in the transaction /DBM/VM.

Once a vehicle is created or is searched for (using /DBM/VSEARCH), the VIN number can be assigned to the vehicle master in the VMS General Data node.

Hope this helps..

Best regards,

Harsha

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Hi there..

I have seen in another thread that you were refering to VIN number in VMS. You cannot use the DBM transactions to generate VIN of a vehicle unless you have the Add-on installed.

Use transaction VELO and during the vehicle creation steps, you would be able to enter a VIN for a vehicle.

Best regards,

Harsha

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Hi there,

as Harsha wrote, use transaction VELO (the VMS) to assign the VIN to a vehicle record.

Action SMOD - as an example - will allow you to enter a VIN for a selected.

if SMOD does not fulfill your requirements on adding vehicle details, you may create your own (z-) action that is similar to SMOD. See also SAP Note 903913 "VMS: Technical Documentation on Action Creation" - PDF available for download.

Best,

Ute

Former Member
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Guess, this is answered, eh?

Former Member
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thanks