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Source for DDIC Table

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I have a transaction and some tables are used in that transaction which are automatically popping out. Kindly can you please explain me the procedure , so how can i find the source for that table, like from where the data is entering into that Zee table. Thanks.

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2014 at 07:15 AM

    Hi Kittu,

    i am not getting your problem properly, please elaborate it.

    If it is a custom program, which is updating your Ztable,

    see your whole code, and find UPDATE, or MODIFY

    keywords.

    Otherwise, please explain little bit.

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    • Hi,

      without knowing your program, what you have written there, how could anyone explain.

      If you have any function module, like REUSE_ALV_GRID_DISPLAY, REUSE_ALV_LIST_DISPLAY

      please check what is the parameters used in table.

      Means you have to find the main table through, your data is moving in Ztable.

      Then you can find the flow of data.

      Or you have to use ST05, or you can use transaction SAT to analyse your whole source code.

      The best way to know flow of data.

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2014 at 07:48 AM

    HI ,

    you have to debug the TCODE by using /H command , then only you can get to know where exactly table is getting filled.

    Regards,

    Ravikiran.K

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2014 at 07:54 AM

    Hi ABAP consult,

    Go to transaction SE11/ SE16n and in table TSTCP (table for parameter transaction).

    In the field PARAM, pass *Z_TABLE*

    This will give the list of the table involved in the transaction further you can debug the program that you think is updating your zee table.

    Steps in detail:

    Goto SE93,

    1. Press F4 on the Transaction Code field, If you see a Input help Personal value list, Press F5 ( Information System ) button, another screen will open.

    2. Click on All selections button (the one with a + sign), the screen will expand.

    3. Enter Z* in the Transaction Code field, Select Parameter transaction, press enter.

    Now you will get all the Z transactions that were created as Parameter transaction. Copy the T-codes

    Goto se16 and in table TSTCP and enter all the transaction found as above. Filter the list on the parameter of the table name you are searching for.

    Happy Coding,

    Santhosh Yadav

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    Posted on Jan 27, 2014 at 09:23 AM

    Actually , so now i have that custom table used in that transaction, So is there any way easily to check how that custom table is filling up like source, is it manually or any data transfer technique.

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2014 at 09:55 AM

    Hello ABAP Consult,

    The traditional way of doing it is ,

    • Go to the table in SE11
    • Find the where used list ( Which will fetch you a long list depending the usage of the table )
    • In the list you can search for UPDATE / INSERT / MODIFY Statements and put your breakpoints
    • Run your Transaction to get at the statement

    Hope this helps,

    Anup D.

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