SAP Table Fields

BSID-AUFPL Plan no.f.oper. SAP Table field attributes inc. CO_AUFPL Data Element







AUFPL is a standard field within SAP Table bsid that stores Opertn task list no. information. Number of the routing or reference operation set used in the order.

Below is the list of attribute values for this field including its length, data type, description text, associated , search help etc... You could also view this information on your SAP system if you enter the table name BSID or data element CO_AUFPL into the relevant SAP transaction such as SE11 or SE80.

Also check out the Contributions section below to add and view useful hints, tips and screen shots specific to this SAP table field. These details can also be found quickly in the future by simply searching on the SAP object name BSID-AUFPL or its description.

Main Table: bsid

Example ABAP code to select data from table BSID field AUFPL

DATA: LD_AUFPL TYPE BSID-AUFPL.

SELECT single AUFPL
FROM BSID
INTO LD_AUFPL
WHERE...

Attributes from SAP Table field BSID-AUFPL





Short Description:Routing number of operations in the order...See data element details
Position of field in table:98
Keyfield:No
Mandatory:No
Check table:None
Used for foreign key relationship so that entries are restricted to those that appear within the primary key of the check table.
Internal type(i.e. C,I,N):Assigned at Data Element level, See CO_AUFPL
Internal Length(in Bytes):Assigned at Data Element level, See CO_AUFPL
Reference table:
Can field have NULL value?:Yes
Data Element / Component Type:CO_AUFPL
Domain name:AUFPL
Reference field for currency/qty fields:
Data type/ Length / Decimals See data element details
Origin of Search help:No input help exists
No input help exists for this field.


Search help attached to field:
Is field a table (i.e. nested table):Yes
Depth for structured types:N/A
Component Type:Built-in type
Is allocated Language Field?:N/A
If a table/structure contains more than 1 language field (i.e. data type LANG) this flag denotes which one is used for the text language


Object Referenced type:No Information stored