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SAP Table/Field Status of a Sales Order: What is status of order (line item): Released, Held, & Billed/Invoiced, etc.

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SAP - Want to create a report to track orders: want to know what the status of the line item in the order process.  Is it held, released, billed etc... ?

I am using the following table to find what I am looking for: VBUK & VBUP:  
1) released order
2) held order
3) billed/invoiced order

I want to use the status codes in VBUK &/or VBUP to determine where this sales order is in the process?

If I am using the wrong table please let me know..

Thank you.
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Which reporting tool are you using?

Which SAP tool for the database?

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Infoview.

I've been looking for the information in VBUK / VBUP.  There are status codes in there but I need the exact status codes for the processes: held, release, invoiced/billed, etc.. then from there I can create an accurate report.  I believe I need to know based on line item.. so VBUP.  

But also maybe there is another table?
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Infoview is a portal not a reporting or database query tool.

I don't know the database but there is most likely a table that is linked to VBUP that has the verbiage for the status codes.  To find it you need to look at a database structure diagram that shows how tables are joined.

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I meant InfoSet
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Maybe use BAPIs
BAPI_SALESORDER_GETLIST
BAPI_SALESORDER_GETSTATUS
BAPI_BILLINGDOC_GETDETAIL
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Could be.  I don't know that tool or the database.

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Thanks!  Will look into it.
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