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Table SETHEADER

Tabel: SETHEADER (Set Header and Directory) Fileds: Set class: Set ID: Set type: Table name: Field name: Repr.data element: Description: SETCLASS SETNAME SETTYPE TABNAME FIELDNAME ROLLNAME DESCRIPT

Set class
Sets are used in various applications for flexible storage of hierarchies and value sets. The set class subdivides sets by the following applications: Application FI-SL FI-SL FI-SL CO-OM CO-CEL CO-OPA CO-OM CO-OM EC-PCA CO-ABC CO-PA EC-PCA CO-OM IS-PS IS-PS IS-PS PP PP IS-RE IS-RE IS-RE IS-RE IS-RE IS-RE IS-RE EC-CS EC-CS EC-CS IS-PS IS-PS Set class 0000 Sets 0001 Dynamic sets 0003 Report sets 0101 Cost center groups 0102 Cost element groups 0103 Order groups 0104 Statistical key figure groups 0105 Activity type groups 0106 Profit center groups 0107 Business process groups 0108 Cost object groups 0109 Account groups 0110 WBS element groups 0111 Fund group 0112 Functional area group 0113 Grant group 0201 Sets (capacity evaluation) 0202 Sets (capacity planning) 0211 Business entity set 0212 Property set 0213 Building set 0214 Rental unit set 0215 Rental agreement set 0216 Management contract set 0217 Settlement unit set 0301 Consolidation unit sets 0302 Item sets 0303 Sub-item sets 0311 Commitment item group 0312 Funds center group

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Table SETHEADER

Set type
There are four set types:

Basic sets contain values and value intervals Single-dimension sets contain basic sets and other single-dimension sets that use the same dimension (the same table field). They are used to create hierarchies. Multi-dimension sets contain basic sets and single-dimension sets that use different dimensions (table fields). Key figure sets contain value types and are only used in reporting.

Observation: S used for subgroup header (parent) B used for the last group under which doesnt exist other groups (only master data) Tabel: SETLEAF (Values in Sets) Fields: Set class: Set ID: Set line: From value: To value: Set line: SETCLASS SETNAME LINEID VALFROM VALTO SEQNR

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