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Creating a custom Metanet
By Mohammed Zuber, IBM India
tutorial explains about creating a custom Metanet in HR Module of SAP using
MetaNet is a view of printable data in the SAP System. It covers all data
sources in Human Resources that are available for the form creation process. The
MetaNet is provided by SAP or can be created and represents a directory from
which you can select data to be printed in forms. The MetaNet contains the
following objects represented in a hierarchy:
example: Name: ZTEXT_AMOUNT
04: Details of the
Metafigure crated under step 03 must be mapped with the unit that can be done on
the right hand side bottom of the screen. Reference table name and field must be
maintained here. Remember Field name must
be unique for each MetaFigure, i.e. if there are five quantities fields in
the MetaFigures then all fields name for the Unit must be different where as
Field Type may be same. Field Type for
the MetaFigure must be same as data element of the corresponding field.
has cumulate values then check the check box of cumulate Values.
05: If any table
need to add into the MetaNet then a custom MetaDimension must be created. Click
on the create button of the MetaDimension column, give MetaDimension name
starting with ‘Z’ and description.
Example: Name: ZINFOTYPE9308
Description: Infotype 9308 data
06: Each field must
be created under the MetaDimension, including key fields that will be used for
fetching data and the fields that need to populate into the output. Those fields
are called MetaFields. Right click on the custom MetaDimension choose create
field name and description: for example: Name: BEGDA
Description: Begin date
create all MetaFields.
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