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hi all,

would like to ask this.

1) may i know how to know the tcode [old and new(FB)] is in GL, AR, AP and FA.

for example F-99, F.99, FB99 or F-XX, F.XX, FBXX where 99 is number and XX is letter.

can anyone tell me?

2) can tell me the range for each module for F-__ , F.__ , FB__

for example can i say FB50 ~ FB59 for GL?

for example F-01 ~ F-19 for GL, F-20 series for AR, etc

i need to know the RANGE. does sap have the standard? its kind of confusing.

thanks alot

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 28, 2007 at 11:57 PM

    Go to SE93 to find any t-code and its description.

    For instance you want to know all the t-codes starting with " F-", then go to SE93 and click on the pull down button adjacent to "transaction code". Enter F-* for the transaction code and hit enter. It will give you the list of all the T-codes which start with F-.

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      There is no such "t-code" range defined by SAP from where you can determine if it belongs to GL, AP or AR.

      Normally, all the t.codes that start with F relate to Finance and that start with V relate to sales and ones with M relate to Materials.

      S relates to G/L accounting.. eg, FS00, FS03, FS10N

      K relates to Vendors eg FK01, FK10N

      D relates to customers eg: FD01, FD10N,

      there is definetly no t-code range. Otherwise how can you explain FBL1N, FBL3N and FBL5n which relate to vendor, G/L and AR line items with F-32, F-44 etc..

      Also, it serves no purpose.

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