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Author's profile photo K Jogeswara Rao

Plant Maintenance Tables (PM/CS/QM)

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Years ago when I was a SAP and SCN beginner, was searching Google for an article which could explain me how various tables are connected in PM. Then I got a picture depicting the same. I did not remember the source even. Related searches afterwards never took me to that link again. But the picture remained with me. During several occasions of replying in SCN discussions I posted this picture, which members always were very happy to have. But in one discussion a member expressed difficulty in making out the names of the tables because of the low resolution of the same. Indeed there was a legibility issue. Low resolution was perhaps because I reduced the size of the source picture due to bytes limitation in SCN (1Mb). Then I did some editing of the picture (like PrintScr in 4 pieces and joined them together) which reduced the bytes to well within the limits, at the same time improved the legibility much better than what I got from net. That post is still being liked by the members who happen to visit the discussion. With a thinking that this information will be better searched through a blog post rather than to be in the corner of some discussion, this picture is posted here for the benefit of the members who are in need and haven’t yet come across. For me  the objective is to preserve a knowledge piece.


Note: I remember this belongs to the times of ECC 4.6 version, but still is most valid to PM tables configuration of ECC6.0 and above. Obviously this information is equally relevant to CS and QM modules.


…. And here it is: (click on the image)

PM Tables.jpg



Also, we get good information about tables from this link by Pete Atkin: FAQ: PM/CS Tables




Thank you and Regards

KJogeswaraRao

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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Nice one..!!

      Author's profile photo Jogeswara Rao K
      Jogeswara Rao K
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      Thanks Praveen ๐Ÿ™‚

      Author's profile photo Piyush Gupta
      Piyush Gupta

      Very nice kavala sir

      Author's profile photo Jogeswara Rao K
      Jogeswara Rao K
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      Thank you ๐Ÿ™‚

      Author's profile photo James Prabaharan
      James Prabaharan

      Thank you Mr.Jogeshwar. Ever thoughtful of fellow members!

      James Prabaharan

      Author's profile photo Jogeswara Rao K
      Jogeswara Rao K
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      Thank you Mr. Prabaharan for comments of right recognition ๐Ÿ™‚ .

      Author's profile photo Kiran Ambi
      Kiran Ambi

      Very Nice document Jogeswara sir.

      Author's profile photo Jogeswara Rao K
      Jogeswara Rao K
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      Thank you Kiran ๐Ÿ™‚

      Author's profile photo tim Cleaveland
      tim Cleaveland

      Nice refernce document

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      i dont know how you prepare these images/Documents they really Mean a lot when we look for the information at single place.

      thanks a lot again for your Continuous Contribution Sir Jogeswara Rao K

      Author's profile photo Jogeswara Rao K
      Jogeswara Rao K
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      Thank you naseer ๐Ÿ™‚ ,

      Author's profile photo Matthias Hรผbner
      Matthias Hรผbner

      Thx a lot

      very helpful to get in touch with all the data ๐Ÿ™‚

      Author's profile photo Jogeswara Rao K
      Jogeswara Rao K
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      ๐Ÿ™‚

      It's really honor Matthias, to get compliments to my post, from a senior SAP professional like you (since 1999).

      Thank you

      KJogeswaraRao

      Author's profile photo Ravi M Gowda
      Ravi M Gowda

      Nice document

      Author's profile photo Jogeswara Rao K
      Jogeswara Rao K
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      Thank you Ravi ! ๐Ÿ™‚

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