Friday, March 25, 2011

Creating a projection view

We use projection view to mask unwanted fields and display only relevant fields in a table. Basically View acts like a database table only, the difference is view will not occupy storage space.

1. Creating Projection View

2. Choose Projection View in the pop up which appears when you click on create

3. Give Description & base Table name(In this example we have taken KNA1)



4. After giving table name click on Table fields button

5. Choose the fields which you want to be displayed in output and click copy

6. Now Save, Activate & execute it, output will be

Summary

In standard SAP tables we will have many fields, of which we will use only few fields. whenever we go and view the data we have to come across unwanted data, to avoid this and get display of field which relevant to scenario we use this projection view.

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