⤷ ICM (Application Component) Incentive and Commission Management (ICM)
⤷ CACSCC (Package) ICM: Commission Case 'Light'
|Short Description||Calculation Time Stamp|
|Category of Dictionary Type||D||Domain|
|Type of Object Referenced||No Information|
|Domain / Name of Reference Type||CACSTIMESTAMP|
|Data Type||NUMC||Character string with only digits|
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|Basic direction is set to LTR|
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|Long||22||Calculation Time Stamp|
Time-spot on which an object is technically valid.
The technical validity determines the exact time-spot when the process determines the editing status of the master data and Customizing settings.
The technical validity is generally set to the current time-spot. This means that the current editing status of the master data and Customizing settings are taken into account by the process. By specifying a historical time-spot (such as the correction of a historical commission case), it is possible to run the process with the editing status of master data and Customizing settings that was valid at that point in the past.
In the commission case and commission document, the term calculation time-spot is used synonymously.
In the master data and Customizing settings, the technical validity documents the exact time of processing. This means that the different change statuses for a master data object or Customizing object are stored like a change history.
During editing, new versions are created with a technical validity period starting from the editing time-spot through to the HIGH-DATE (12/31/9999). Previously valid versions now end with the editing time-spot.
The technical validity is always based on the system clock of the database server.
The commission model currency of your ICM system is not read with the knowledge date but with the change date (current timestamp of the database server) of the commission case or commission document.
|Last changed by/on||SAP||20100310|
|SAP Release Created in||600|