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Table name which stores the Tcode/Program name from where the document is posted in PCP0?

Hi,

In Tcode : PCP0, I have entries with Status 'Document posted' .

I want to know from which Tcode or program the document is posted ?

In which table it stores the information Tcode or program name from where it is posted ?

Let me know your helpful suggestions.

Thanks & Regards,

Shabbir

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  • Posted on Jul 14, 2020 at 06:20 PM

    Hi,

    PC00_M99_CIPE transaction is used to post Payroll documents

    for reporting on all this see RPCIP_DOCUMENT_ANALYSE

    bg

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  • Posted on Jul 14, 2020 at 06:20 PM

    Hi,

    You speak here of payroll posting runs. They are stored in PEVST, PEVSH tables.

    Regards,

    Eli

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    • Thanks for the reply.

      The given two tables don't have the Tcode.

      We are using two tcodes for posting and two tcodes for display posting runs.

      Posting Tcodes : ZPOST11 , ZPOST12

      Display posting runs : ZPCP021 , ZPCP022

      When I am in the Tcode : ZPCP021 and I want to do the reversal document for the Document posted, I want to know from which Tcode the document is posted i.e from ZPOST11 OR ZPOST12.

      Let me know your suggestions.

      Regards,

      Shabbir

  • Posted on Jul 15, 2020 at 07:00 AM

    Hi,

    All the transactions you have mentioned are Z-ones (self-developed). Hence, system behaviour for them is not standard. Anyway, if you speak of financial documents, then table BKPF will store the information about the transaction code which was used to post it. Also, can be displayed via FB03 transaction.

    Regards,

    Eli

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