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Get primary keys of all tables in application servers?

Hello!

I would like to get the primary keys of all (buffered) tables.

Normally you can use SE11 to see a tables settings.

But I would like to let a program run that gives me the primary keys corresponding to each buffered table.

Does there already exist any program or routine implemented in Abap?

Does anybody have suggestions or ideas how to solve this problem easily?

Thanks and rgds,

holger

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2005 at 07:07 AM

    Or directly goto view DD03K . This contains only key fields of transparent tables. No need to eliminate structure fields . But this will give for all tables not only buffered tables .

    Get all buffered tables from DD02L . Download to local file and save as tab delimited with only table name column. Later upload this file in select-option for

    table name field in SE16 for DD03K.

    Cheers .

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    Posted on Sep 27, 2005 at 06:54 AM

    Hi,

    You can use table DD03L - Table fields.

    SAP tables you can get from DD02L (BUFFERED = 'X' ).

    Svetlin

    Message was edited by: Svetlin Rusev

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