CLient Reorganisation?

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Hi All, I want to know how to perform a client reorganisation. And where can I find the material related to this topic. I am unable to find it in the Service market place. Please, send the info as soon as possible. Thanks
ASKED: June 20, 2005  5:34 AM
UPDATED: June 22, 2005  11:22 PM

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Since a client is technically a view on the database, you probably really want to do a database reorganization. Database reorganizations rely on the database tools…

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  • Davidbest
    We need clarification of what you mean by client reorganization. Please be more specific. The client concept in SAP is a logical construct. It does not exist at the database level. It's not a view. There is no object associated with a client. It is only a separation of data, based on a key field, in tables that contain client-specific data. When you log in to a client, the system restricts queries on client-specific tables to entries matching MANDT=, so you only see the entries for your current client. There are several operations that can be executed with respect to clients, so we need to know what you ultimately want to do. You can not change a client number directly, if that is what you want to do. You must copy the client to another client number and then delete the original client. If you have deleted a client and want to reclaim the space in the database, you must at least reorganize the tables that contain the MANDT field (and some others, since some tables use a different key field to specify client). Even better would be to reorg the whole database, as mentioned by thinker46. Regards, David
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    Thank You David. I got the required information from your reply.
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