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How to find Tcode for the Standard SAP Program.

Hai,

I Am trying to find T-code for the standard sap programs. For example I want find out mail t-codes for creating Sales Org, Distribution Channel and Division. From the TSTCT I could able find the T-code for Distribution Channel is OVXI. For the Sales org and Division I went to XD01, using the F1 I found the sap module pool pgm name is SAPMF02D. But I am not sure how to get the t-code for this?!.

Thanks, Nag.

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2006 at 05:17 PM

    Do a "where used" for the program in transactions.

    A partial list is:

    FD01                   Create Customer (Accounting)          
    FD02                   Change Customer (Accounting)          
    FD03                   Display Customer (Accounting)         
    FD05                   Block Customer (Accounting)           
    FD06                   Mark Customer for Deletion (Acctng)   
    FD08                   Confirm Customer Individually(Actng)  
    V+21                   Create Sales Prospect                 
    V+22                   Create Competitor                     
    V+23                   Create Business Partner               
    V-03                   Create ordering party (Sales)         
    V-04                   Create invoice recipient (Sales)      
    V-05                   Create payer (Sales)                  
    V-06                   Create consignee (Sales)              
    V-07                   Create one-time customer (Sales)      
    V-08                   Create payer (Centrally)              
    V-09                   Create ordering party (Centrally)     
    VAP1                   Create Contact Person                 
    VAP2                   Change Contact Person                 
    VAP3                   Display Contact Person                
    VD01                   Create Customer (Sales)               
    VD02                   Change Customer (Sales)               
    VD03                   Display Customer (Sales)              
    VD05                   Block customer (sales)                
    VD06                   Mark customer for deletion (sales)    
    XD01                   Create Customer (Centrally)           
    XD02                   Change Customer (Centrally)           
    XD03                   Display Customer (Centrally)          
    XD05                   Block customer (centrally)            
    XD06                   Mark customer for deletion (centr.)   
    XD07                   Change Customer Account Group         
    

    Rob

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2006 at 05:17 PM

    goto se38 , give the program name and press , hierarchy bbutton in the application toolbar,on the left hand panel u can find the transaction code if any assigned

    or u can fing in se80

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2006 at 05:20 PM

    Lot of transaction are assigned under the program SAPMF02D.

    FD01

    FD02

    FD03

    FD05

    FD06

    FD08

    V+21

    V+22

    V+23

    V-03

    V-04

    V-05

    V-06

    V-07

    V-08

    V-09

    VAP1

    VAP2

    VAP3

    VD01

    VD02

    VD03

    VD05

    VD06

    XD01

    XD02

    XD03

    XD05

    XD06

    XD07

    You can check the same in TSTC table or Goto SE80 and give the program name and press enter it will display the transaction under that program.

    Regards,

    Prakash.

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2006 at 05:21 PM

    Hi Nag,

    You can go to se80 and give this program name and you should be able to see transaction codes associated with this program OR on the SAP Easy Access menu choose <i><b>Extras</b></i>==> <i><b>Technical Details</b></i>

    This will set transaction codes to all nodes and then you can browse the corresponding application area (E.g. Accounting etc...)

    Cheers

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2006 at 08:37 AM

    The best way to find TCODE is using a transaction code

    <b>SEARCH_SAP_MENU</b>

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 01:51 PM

    Use SE16, table TSTC.

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 02:15 PM

    HI Nag

    For your requirement of creating Sales Org, Dist.Chn, Div go through IMG.

    IMG->Enterprise Structure->Definition->Sales & Distribution. Under this menu, you will find options to create these entities.

    Have just given the path as what i remember, am not sure if i have given it correctly. Sorry, if i am wrong with the path as i am not on SAP now.

    I will give you one tip on how to get transaction codes while navigating through IMG. In few instances, when we go through the path we will not be able to see the transaction code. In this case, take the technical details of any field, mostly they will be views.

    Use this view name to explore from table TSTCP with SM30<view name> to get the transaction code. Hope this helps you.

    My advice is to try making habit of using the navigation rather than remembering the Transaction Codes.

    Kind Regards

    Eswar

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