IM: which's the difference between S_ALR_87012805 & S_ALR_87012806

Hi All,
in Investment management, could anyone tell me which's the difference between S_ALR_87012805 and S_ALR_87012806 t.code?
Thanks a lot
G.Rossi

Hi All,
in Investment management, could anyone tell me which's the difference between S_ALR_87012805 and S_ALR_87012806 t.code?
Thanks a lot
G.Rossi

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