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how do you find if a LOGICAL DATABASE exists for your program requirements?

how do you find if a LOGICAL DATABASE exists for your program requirements?

please explain.

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    Former Member
    Aug 20, 2007 at 11:06 AM

    In transaction SLDB you can look at what logical databases exist in your system, and see their structure to see what tables they give access to.

    Andrew

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    Aug 20, 2007 at 12:37 PM

    Hi Ramana

    One may not accurately pin point the LDB for ones requirement. But there some ways.

    1. You can find with respect to the application you are working on. You can refer to the Table field TRDIR-APPL. The following are the values it has. So suppose if you have requirement for HR you can search for application 'P' :

    A Assets accounting

    D DASS control station

    E RIVA

    F Financial accounting

    G General Ledger

    H Human resources planning

    I Maintenance

    J RK projects

    K Cost accounting

    L Warehouse management

    M Materials management

    N Hospital

    P Human resources

    Q QSS

    S System

    V Sales

    Y Customer head office

    Z Customer branch

    2. You can see the package in which your current is stored in SE80. Under the same package you can see if there are any LDBs.

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  • Aug 20, 2007 at 12:41 PM

    Hi..

    In SE11 Enter ur Table Name and Select WHERE-USED-LIST.

    You can find LOGICAL DATABASES using this Table.

    So that will help u .

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