4 Replies Latest reply: Jun 15, 2007 7:58 AM by prabhu jayaraman RSS

what is Info Structure? and why  and where it is used??

Brijesh Soni
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Hi friends,

I want to know about info structure, what are these info structure, where are they used and why to use them,i wan to know basic of info structure.

 

Points wll be awarded to helpful answer.

Thanks

  • Re: what is Info Structure? and why  and where it is used??
    prabhu jayaraman
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    please some one explain I too need this.

     

    regards

     

    prabhu

  • Re: what is Info Structure? and why  and where it is used??
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    <b>Information Structures:-</b>In an information system, data aggregation is necessary in order to ensure that the user has a clear overview of key interrelationships. Since the requirements which need to be satisfied by data aggregation are determined by many different user groups, it is absolutely vital that aggregation functionality is flexible. Experience shows that various user groups need to view aggregated data from many different perspectives.

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    example  in SD Information Structure</b>

     

    In the SAP standard info structure S012 is updated by the Purchase Order creation date, not the Goods Receipt date. e.g. a Purchase Order is created in January and good receipt is in February and March, S012 will shows the values in period January.

     

    Transaction MC26

    Info structure S012  Update group (stats) SAP

    Double click on  Goods received qty

    In the section Date field for period determination

     

     

    Girish

  • Re: what is Info Structure? and why  and where it is used??
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    Hi,

           Use trxn MC23 to display info structures

     

    In an information system, data aggregation is necessary in order to ensure that the user has a clear overview of key interrelationships. Since the requirements which need to be satisfied by data aggregation are determined by many different user groups, it is absolutely vital that aggregation functionality is flexible. Experience shows that various user groups need to view aggregated data from many different perspectives.

     

    these are just transparent tables like any other. You can select data from them the same as any other transparent table.

     

    Cretae an info strcture follow the steps

     

    1. Creation of infostructures - MC21

    2. Creation of update rules - MC24

    3. Activation (for SD)- OMO1

    4. Populating data into info structure - MCSZ

     

    <b>Reward points</b>

     

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