Master Data Objects are at the core of BDEx. They represent the link between the hierarchies of master data through to the exceptions which are generally transactional data.

Master data objects


This table contains all of the master data objects stored at application level. However, this table should mostly be left as supplied as it is required for BDEx to run correctly. The main scenario where this table can be modified is to suppress certain master data objects from being shown by using the ‘No display’ flag. This is the correct way to hide master data objects from the end-user (e.g. for POD in a regulated environment). Entries should never be removed from this table, and only added in order to extend to additional or custom master data objects.


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