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I need to validate the data that is showing up in the t-code MB52 report. Have searched a lot of SAP documentation but nothing gives me an answer. Here are a couple of things I am trying to find out for my validation.

  1. What are the source tables of the MB52 report in ECC?
  2. Is the data displayed in MB52 a live view of ECC data or something refreshed daily?
  3. What datasources in BW can be used to validate the data in MB52? From what I have read it is a logistics datasource of some kind,but have not been able to identify which one.
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Last time I asked a SAP question it was closed because I used a lot of SAP jargon. Trust me that this question will make perfect sense to users of SAP's ERP and BI software. Please leave this question open. – Salmonerd Jun 6 '13 at 14:01
The fact that it was closed might also mean that someone felt it wasn't a good fit for the site - in that case 3 regular users with closevotes and a moderator. "Closing a question just because you don't under stand the proprietary jargon of SAP is wrong." Complaining a question was closed cause it wasn't clear... isn't right. There's actually a mechanism in place for reopening questions by asking on meta - this works better if you can make a compelling enough case for it to be reopened. – Journeyman Geek Jun 6 '13 at 14:07
SAP itself is completely off-topic for Super User. SU is for "computer enthusiasts and power users". When we use the term "user", we mean regular home users running home software, such as productivity software, web browsers, operating systems, content creation software, entertainment software, and so on. Enterprise finance / management software is so far out of range of acceptable topics for SU that I voted to close it. Please stop asking questions about SAP on SuperUser. – allquixotic Jun 6 '13 at 14:13
noted, you guys should try and remove the SAP tag from this site then. Feel free to close this question and thank you for the information. – Salmonerd Jun 6 '13 at 14:52

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