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tabkey in cdpos

high expert,

normaly the tabkey in cdpos is filled with something like this:

- first six (6) digits is line item no

- last four (4) characters are condition record

- three (3) digits after line number is "Step number (STUNR)". This numer determines the sequesnce of the condition within a procedure.

- the next two (2) digits is "Condition counter (ZAEHK)". This is a access number of the conditions within a step in the pricing procedure.

Now i have some fields in a table to be viewed on changes or new inserts. when i look into cdpos in se16, looking for that table, the tabkey-field is filled with something like:

82B93D4736ADCB62E1000000C0A80A20

which has nothing to do with line-items and so on. the other table-entries look like mandantorynr+somethingelse.

so, i don't know where the fm builds the tabkey or how it is built. if someone knows, plz let me know!!!!

thanks, harry schlichte

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