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What are the most important tables in SD, MM, PP, FI , CO and QM?

Hi all,

What are the most important tables in SD, MM, PP, FI , CO and QM? i.e. most used.

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Charles.

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2006 at 07:55 PM

    <b>In FI:</b>

    BKPF Accounting documents (Header)

    BSEG Item level

    BSID Accounting: Secondary index for customers

    BSIK Accounting: Secondary index for vendors

    BSIM Secondary Index, Documents for Material

    BSIP Index for vendor validation of double documents

    BSIS Accounting: Secondary index for G/L accounts

    BSAD Accounting: Index for customers (cleared items)

    BSAK Accounting: Index for vendors (cleared items)

    BSAS Accounting: Index for G/L accounts (cleared items)

    <b>In SD:</b>

    VBAK Header data

    VBAP Item data

    VBPA Partners in sales order

    VBKD Sales district data

    VBEP Data related to line items, delivery lines

    VBRK header data

    VBRP Item data

    LIKP Delivery header

    LIPS Delivery item

    VTTK Shipment header

    VTTP Shipment item

    VTTS Stage in transport

    VTSP Stage in transport per shipment item

    VTPA Shipment partners

    VEKP Handling Unit - Header Table

    VEPO Packing: Handling Unit Item (Contents)

    <b>In MM:</b>

    EKKO Purchase document

    EKPO Purchase document (item level)

    EKPV Shipping-Specific Data on Stock Tfr. for Purch. Doc. Item

    EKET Delivery schedule

    VETVG Delivery Due Index for Stock Transfer

    EKES Order Acceptance/Fulfillment Confirmations

    EKKN Account assignment in purchasing

    EKAN Vendor address purchasing

    EKPA Partner functions

    EIPO Item export / import data

    EINA Purchase info record (main data)

    EINE Purchase info record (organisational data)

    EORD Source list

    EBAN Purchase requisition

    EBKN Purchase Requisition Account Assignment

    MKPF material document

    MSEG material document (item level)

    MARA Material master

    MAKT Material text

    MARC Material per plant / stock

    MVKE Material master, sales data

    MARD Storage location / stock

    MSKA Sales order stock

    MSPR Project stock

    MARM Units of measure

    MEAN International article number

    PGMI Planning material

    PROP Forecast parameters

    MAPR Link MARC <=> PROP

    MBEW Material valuation

    MVER Material consumption

    MLGN Material / Warehouse number

    MLGT Material / Storage type

    MPRP Forecast profiles

    MDTB MRP table

    MDKP Header data for MRP document

    MLAN Tax data material master

    MTQSS Material master view: QM

    <b>In QM:</b>

    QALS Inspection lot record

    QAMB Link inspection lot - material document

    QAVE Inspection usage decision

    QDPS Inspection stages

    QMAT Inspection type - material parameters

    QINF Inspection info record (vendor - material)

    QDQL Quality level

    QDPS Inspection stages

    <b>In PP:</b>

    AUFK Production order headers

    AFIH Maintenance order header

    AUFM Goods movement for prod. order

    AFKO Order header data PP orders

    AFPO Order item

    RESB Order componenten

    AFVC Order operations

    AFVV Quantities/dates/values in the operation

    AFVU User fields of the operation

    AFFL Work order sequence

    AFFH PRT assignment data for the work order(routing)

    JSTO Status profile

    JEST Object status

    AFRU Order completion confirmations

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2006 at 07:52 PM

    Hi Charles,

    Check out this link at ERPgenie for the tables used.

    http://www.erpgenie.com/sap/abap/tables.htm

    Regards,

    Vivek

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    Posted on Aug 29, 2006 at 07:54 PM
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    Posted on Aug 29, 2006 at 07:57 PM

    mm-flow

    check this link

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