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Table Names

hi friends,

i want to get the table names form the r/3.

i want to display the table names grouped by module and if i select the table have to dipaly the field names

thank you

srinivas

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    Posted on Dec 25, 2007 at 03:08 AM

    Hi ,

    if u want to see the the tables list

    goto se11 tcode->give DD02l in datatabase.

    then click on display.in that click on contents button

    and choose the tabname field. it will dispaly the list of tables.

    or

    u cam type tcode se16 in that give this table name DD02l.and press f8. it shows the list of tables.

    but it is not possible to see in module wise tables.

    we can find modules table based on the description of the table.

    Please reward points,if it is useful.

    Regards,

    satish.

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  • Posted on Dec 25, 2007 at 03:15 AM

    hai,

    use se15 tcode for your requirement.....

    it help you for your table related serch....

    reward points if helpful

    regards,

    jai.m

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    Posted on Dec 25, 2007 at 04:09 AM

    HI

    Try this..

    Go to Se80-->Select Development Class..

    Give your DevClass Like MG for MG for MARA Marc Etc..

    Check for Database Tables under Dictionary Objects .

    Hope this Helps.

    Praveen

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  • Posted on Dec 25, 2007 at 04:56 AM

    Hi Srinivas,

    Go to SE11 -> give ' * ' in table name and press F4. This will display all the tables in R/3.

    Another way is go to SE80 -> give the package name... i.e MM - mateial related, SD- sales and Distubution so on... click on the tables it will show the module related tables...

    note: The staring alphabet of the table defines the module to which the table belongs.

    Ex:

    ' E ' - purchase related tables

    ' V ' - sales releated tables

    ' T ' - Developemnt tables

    ' B' - FI

    ' M ' - material reated tables

    hope u got some idea.....

    <b>reward if useful </b>

    Regards,

    sunil kairam.

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