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cheers all,
this is my working solution :D,after clearify from bard how to write the hash thingy right ^^

foreach my $prod (@total_pid) { foreach my $su (@total_sup) { $rowhash{$prod}{$su}{'DATA_S'} = ""; $rowhash{$prod}{$su}{'DATA_F'} = ""; } } foreach my $row (@ym_cty_data) { $rowhash{$row->{PRODUCT_ID}}{$row->{SUPPLIER_ID}}{'DATA_F'} = +$row->{VALUE_FE}; $rowhash{$row->{PRODUCT_ID}}{$row->{SUPPLIER_ID}}{'DATA_S'} = +$row->{VALUE_SOLID}; }

first i build the hash with all options, then i fill the options up with data.
with this hash structure you can be sure the data is in the right spot
thx for the help and inspiration
kd ultibuzz


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