Key fields in tables ce31000 and ce41000

In transaction KE11 ( change sales and profit plan ), tables CE31000 and CE41000 are used. I have to read those tables in a report but I cannot find the relevant keys to find unique records.  There are some fields I know, but using those fields I get about 300 records where I only should have one.  I guess I should use another table which has the link to the other tables, but I have no idea which.  Does anybody have a clue ?

As far as I remember there are 4 tables per operating concern, CE1xxxx for tha actuals, CE2xxxx for the planning, CE3xxxx for the summary lines and CE4xxxx for the objects.
Depending on the defined characteristics there is one PAOBJNR in CE4xxxx for each existing combination. In CE3xxxx you should also find this PAOBJNR. At the moment I have no access to a SAP with COPA, but I hope, this helps you a little bit for the further search.
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