Re: [sap-log-sd] Is Special Access Sequence Possible?

Reply from jim-wolfe on Feb 13 at 4:33 PM
Your proposed step #10 confuses me. If you make these accesses exclusive, then you would want to rank them in most specific to most general order. So putting the customer in access#10 ahead of customer/material in access #20 doesn't make sense if you loaded the same customer # in both tables. If you were going to give a discount to a specific customer, regardless of what he bought, and to other customers based on what they bought, then your sequence would work (it really wouldn't matter which came first, since they are mutually exclusive). If your intention is to give a customer a discount on certain materials, and on everything else he buys, a different discount, then you'd want to put customer below customer / material.

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From: Adriano
Sent: Monday, February 13, 2012 3:19 PM
Subject: Is Special Access Sequence Possible?

If SAP prohibits using ATyp = A, it's safe to create as much table as required and assign them to the access sequence as per my original design. What do you think?

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