Business Unit 2 - MCU2

sheeko

Member
Dear All,
May u have a veru happy day,
where can i locate the feild Business Unit 2 which has an Alias of MCU2
best regards
 

parora

Well Known Member
Hi,

There is a Cross Reference Tool within JDE/Peoplesoft E1, that allows you to find everywhere the data item, MCU2 is used. Assuming that the Cross Reference Relations have been "built" in your environment, you can access this Tool by going to:

> Foundation
> Tools
> Cross Application Development Tools
> Cross Reference Facility

If you want to see all Tables with the field MCU2, you would click on the option "Tables Using a Data Item", under the "Data Items Tab". Type in MCU2 in the Data Item field, and it will show you all Tables with MCU2.

If you want to see all Programs/Forms with the field, MCU2, you would click on the option "Forms Using a Data Item", under the "Data Items Tab". Type in MCU2 in the Data Item field, and it will show you all Programs/Forms with MCU2.

Note, if the Cross Reference Relationships haven't been built, you can build them by choosing the "Rebuild Relationship" option on the Form Exit Bar, but you may want to check with your IT Dept before you run this.
 

denishermann

Active Member
Use UTB on table F98711 . this is the table where all tables/fields are declared . this table is used by application P80010. (equivalent of 40 in WorldSoftware)
see Subject OneWorld Miscellaneous posted recently in JDELIST for additionnal infos on P80010.

hope this help
 
Hi Denis

Do you know what I have to do for the program P80010 works fine?

Is it necessary to load any table? Or run any program before?

Regards
Marcelo Boccia - Consultor
HBglobal Tecnologia da Informa=E7=E3o
[email protected]
www.hbglobal.com.br <http://www.hbglobal.com.br/>

Version E8.10 / Tools Release 8.93 F1 / Intel W2000 / SLQ Server 2000
and DB2 8.1
 

parora

Well Known Member
Marcelo,

To get the application P80010, Browse Table Definition to work:

For Tables F98711, F98712, F98713, you have to add an Object Configuration Mapping (OCM from Fast Path, or P986110), to point to your Central Object Data Source.

You must add an OCM for each environment that you wish to use P80010.
 
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