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An overview of Datasources and the programs filling  the relevant setup table (named MC*SETUP). With this handy table you can  find the status of your current job or previous initialization jobs  through SM37.

T-Code         Purpose

OLI1BW       INVCO Stat. Setup: Material Movemts

OLI2BW       INVCO Stat. Setup: Stor. Loc. Stocks

OLI3BW       Reorg.PURCHIS BW Extract Structures

OLI4BW       Reorg. PPIS Extract Structures

OLI4KBW     Initialize Kanban Data

OLI6BW        Recompilation Appl. 06 (Inv. Ver.)

OLI7BW        Reorg. of VIS Extr. Struct.: Order

OLI8BW        Reorg. VIS Extr. Str.: Delivery

OLI9BW        Reorg. VIS Extr. Str.: Invoices

OLIABW       Setup: BW agency business

OLIB             PURCHIS: StatUpdate Header Doc Level

OLID             SIS: Stat. Setup – Sales Activities

OLIE              Statistical Setup – TIS: Shipments

OLIFBW        Reorg. Rep. Manuf. Extr. Structs

OLIGBW       Reconstruct GT: External TC

OLIH             MRP Data Procurement for BW

OLIIBW         Reorg. of PM Info System for BW

OLIKBW        Setup GTM: Position Management

OLILBW        Setup GTM: Position Mngmt w. Network

OLIM             Periodic stock qty – Plant

OLIQBW       QM Infosystem Reorganization for BW

OLISBW       Reorg. of CS Info System for BW

OLIX             Stat. Setup: Copy/Delete Versions

OLIZBW       INVCO Setup: Invoice Verification

Datasource                          Tcode           Program

2LIS_02*                              OLI3BW       RMCENEUA

2LIS_03_BX                         MCNB          RMCBINIT_BW

2LIS_03_BF                         OLI1BW       RMCBNEUA

2LIS_03_UM                        OLIZBW       RMCBNERP

2LIS_04* orders                   OLI4BW       RMCFNEUA

2LIS_04* manufacturing      OLIFBW       RMCFNEUD

2LIS_05*                              OLIQBW      RMCQNEBW

2LIS_08*                              VTBW          VTRBWVTBWNEW

2LIS_08* (COSTS)              VIFBW        VTRBWVIFBW

2LIS_11_V_ITM                   OLI7BW     RMCVNEUA

2LIS_11_VAITM                   OLI7BW     RMCVNEUA

2LIS_11_VAHDR                  OLI7BW     RMCVNEUA

2LIS_12_VCHDR                 OLI8BW     RMCVNEUL

2LIS_12_VCITM                   OLI8BW     RMCVNEUL

2LIS_12_VCSCL                  OLI8BW     RMCVNEUL

2LIS_13_VDHDR                 OLI9BW     RMCVNEUF

2LIS_13_VDITM                   OLI9BW     RMCVNEUF

2LIS_17*                              OLIIBW      RMCINEBW

2LIS_18*                              OLISBW     RMCSNEBW

2LIS_45*                              OLIABW     RMCENEUB

Document update is where the transaction (documents) are updated in the application tables. This update is normally a synchronous update, i.e. if the update does not go through for whaterever reason, the complete transaction is rolled back.

Statistical update is the update of statistics for the transaction – like LIS or extractors for BW.

V1 – synchronous update. If the update is set to V1, then all tables are update and if any one fails, all are rolled back. Done for all transaction plus critical statistics like credit management, etc.

V2 – asynchronous update – transactions are updated and statistical updates are done when the processor has free resources. If the statistical update fails, the transaction would have still gone through and these failures have to be addressed separately.

V3 – batch update – statistics are updated using a batch (periodic) job like every hour or end of the day. Failure behavior is same as V2 updates.

Statistical update is also used as to describe the initial setup of the statistical tables for LO/LIS. When old transactions are updated in LO/LIS as a one time exercise, then it is called a statistical update also. Once these tables are upto date will all transactions, then every transaction is updated in them using V1, V2 or V3.

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  1. Kamal Mehta

    Nice one .

    Helpful because you get to know the application/data source name along with the tcode for filling setup table.

    Would suggest to keep this updated by adding it for all the application/data source used in LO extraction.


  2. Carlos Eduardo EspaƱa Orellana

    Very good post. It is very helpful to know how the datasource and the TCode are related. I have been using this since 2003, but this post help me a lot to reduce time during tests and upgrades using ERP and BW together. Thanks a lot!


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