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    Posted on Sep 08, 2007 at 09:11 AM

    http://www.erpgenie.com/abap/tables_sd.htm

    Customers

    KNA1 General Data

    KNB1 Customer Master – Co. Code Data (payment method, reconciliation acct)

    KNB4 Customer Payment History

    KNB5 Customer Master – Dunning info

    KNBK Customer Master Bank Data

    KNKA Customer Master Credit Mgmt.

    KNKK Customer Master Credit Control Area Data (credit limits)

    KNVV Sales Area Data (terms, order probability)

    KNVI Customer Master Tax Indicator

    KNVP Partner Function key

    KNVD Output type

    KNVS Customer Master Ship Data

    KLPA Customer/Vendor Link

    Sales Documents

    VBAKUK VBAK + VBUK

    VBUK Header Status and Administrative Data

    VBAK Sales Document - Header Data

    VBKD Sales Document - Business Data

    VBUP Item Status

    VBAP Sales Document - Item Data

    VBPA Partners

    VBFA Document Flow

    VBEP Sales Document Schedule Line

    VBBE Sales Requirements: Individual Records

    SD Delivery Document

    LIPS Delivery Document item data, includes referencing PO

    LIKP Delivery Document Header data

    Billing Document

    VBRK Billing Document Header

    VBRP Billing Document Item

    SD Shipping Unit

    VEKP Shipping Unit Item (Content)

    VEPO Shipping Unit Header

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2007 at 12:51 PM

    Hi,

    Customer Master Data:

    KNA1 Customer master

    KNB1 Customer / company

    KNVV Customer sales data

    KNBK Bank details

    KNVH Customer hierarchy

    KNVP Customer partners

    KNVS Shipment data for customer

    KNVK Contact persons

    KNVI Customer master tax indicator

    Transaction data:

    VBFA Document flow (alg.)

    VTFA Flow shipping documents

    Sales order :

    VBAK Header data

    VBAP Item data

    VBPA Partners in sales order

    VBKD Sales district data

    VBEP Data related to line items, delivery l lines

    Billing document:

    VBRK header data

    VBRP Item data

    Shipping :

    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)

    Delivery :

    LIKP Delivery header

    LIPS Delivery item

    Pricing :

    KONH Conditions header

    KONP Conditions items

    KONV Procedure (billing doc or sales order)

    KOND

    Thanks

    Murali.

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2007 at 02:50 PM

    Hello Kiran,

    Few Tables are here, however perhaps you are by mistake in finance forum and so for more detail better to go to SD area.

    KONV Conditions for Transaction Data

    KONP Conditions for Items

    LIKP Delivery Header Data

    LIPS Delivery: Item data

    VBAK Sales Document: Header Data

    VBAP Sales Document: Item Data

    VBBE Sales Requirements: Individual Records

    VBEH Schedule line history

    VBEP Sales Document: Schedule Line Data

    VBFA Sales Document Flow

    VBLB Sales document: Release order data

    VBLK SD Document: Delivery Note Header

    VBPA Sales Document: Partner

    VBRK Billing: Header Data

    VBRP Billing: Item Data

    VBUK Sales Document: Header Status and Administrative Data

    VBUP Sales Document: Item Status

    VEKP Handling Unit - Header Table

    VEPO Packing: Handling Unit Item (Contents)

    VEPVG Delivery Due Index

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