1. Go to SE11 and press F4 in the database table column
2. Write MM* in the Application Component column
3. Leave the column 'max no. of hits' blank
In order to fill data in MM tables you have to first fill up the setup tables. Follow these steps to fill up the...
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TCODE - SBIW --> Settings for Application - Specific DataSources (PI) --> Logistics --> Settings - Inventory Controlling --> Stock Initialization ( for opening balance) TCODE - SBIW --> Settings for Application - Specific DataSources (PI) --> Logistics --> Managing Extract Structures --> Initialization --> Filling in the Setup Table --> Application-Specific Setup of Statistical Data --> Inventory Management --> Perform Setup
In the source system, use tcode RSA6 then search for the required datasource and double click on it. You will be presented with a list of the fields in the data source.
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