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David Halitsky

A client has added a bunch of custom fields to MARC, many of which have dictionary-based validations via value ranges on domains, checktables, etc. To extend materials to plants in MARC, the client uses a custom

Quite a few years ago here at SDN, I mentioned a new database concept called “c-store” that had been pioneered by the great Michael Stonebraker (among others) and was being developed as a practical BW/BI product by

OK, so here’s the scenario.   Your client has a big bunch of bills and payments that need to be cleared, and since they all involve advance payments from customers, some of the clearings will

OK – so “switches” are a bunch of on/off’s (1’s and 0’s for +’s and -‘s) in some big bit-map inside the SAP kernel somewhere.  (Or at least they should be in some such bit-map

<p>In order to really appreciate the point of this blog post, you’ll have to first take a moment to do the following.</p><p> </p><p>1) Set up a simple Production Material BOM (STLAN=1, STLTY = M) with three

In these three recent blogs:   [Without bread-crumbs, Hansel and Gretel meet the WWW (Wicked Witch of Web-Services) | Without bread-crumbs, Hansel and Gretel meet the WWW (Wicked Witch of Web-Services)][CodExpertise vs BPXpertise: which is

As the first installment in this multi-part blog, permit me to first provide some credentials that give me more than enough right to speak on this topic.     In 1990, I became a consultant at the US Army Missile

Have you ever seen a new house under construction in which the living-room and dining-room are completely painted and furnished, while all the other rooms are just framed-up?   Then why are you doing data

Those of you not familiar with the tale of Hansel and Gretel can find a quick summary here:   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hansel_and_Gretel   As mentioned in this summary, Hansel and Gretel meet the wicked witch because they couldn’t

OK – the situation is that I need asset data from ANLA/B/C/H/U/V/Z in a 4.6 system, but politics won’t allow me to get on the 4.6c box to write an extract that will directly create the