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All Tcode list in MM Module of SAP IS Retail

Hello Guru's

Can anyone pls let me known all the tcodes used in MM Module of SAP IS Retail.

Thanks & regards

(Vishal Mongia)

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    Jul 04, 2008 at 05:51 AM

    Dear Vishal ,

    After opening R3 , You can give W10T in command field and then u see the logistics and u can get retail tab...from ther u can get all t-codes.

    Regards ,

    Sai Nandeswar.

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  • Feb 04, 2008 at 05:44 AM

    Transaction for MM module start with M.

    IH09 - Display Material

    MM01 - Create Material

    MM02 - Change Material

    MM03 - Display Material

    MM50 - List Extendable Materials

    MMBE - Stock Overview

    MMI1 - Create Operating Supplies

    MMN1 - Create Non-Stock Material

    MMS1 - Create Service

    MMU1 - Create Non-Valuated Material

    ME51N - Create Purchase Requisition

    ME52N - Change Purchase Requisition

    ME53N - Display Purchase Requisition

    ME5A - Purchase Requisitions: List Display

    ME5J - Purchase Requisitions for Project

    ME5K - Requisitions by Account Assignment

    MELB - Purch. Transactions by Tracking No.

    ME56 - Assign Source to Purch. Requisition

    ME57 - Assign and Process Requisitions

    ME58 - Ordering: Assigned Requisitions

    ME59 - Automatic Generation of POs

    ME54 - Release Purchase Requisition

    ME55 - Collective Release of Purchase Reqs.

    ME5F - Release Reminder: Purch. Requisition

    MB21 - Create Reservation

    MB22 - Change Reservation

    MB23 - Display Reservation

    MB24 - Reservations by Material

    MB25 - Reservations by Account Assignment

    MB1C - Other Goods Receipts

    MB90 - Output Processing for Mat. Documents

    MB21 - Create Reservation

    MB22 - Change Reservation

    MB23 - Display Reservation

    MB24 - Reservations by Material

    MB25 - Reservations by Account Assignment

    MBRL - Return Delivery per Mat. Document

    MB1C - Other Goods Receipts

    MB90 - Output Processing for Mat. Documents

    MB1B - Transfer Posting

    MIBC - ABC Analysis for Cycle Counting

    MI01 - Create Physical Inventory Document

    MI02 - Change Physical Inventory Document

    MI03 - Display Physical Inventory Document

    MI31 - Batch Input: Create Phys. Inv. Doc.

    MI32 - Batch Input: Block Material

    MI33 - Batch Input: Freeze Book Inv.Balance

    MICN - Btch Inpt:Ph.Inv.Docs.for Cycle Ctng

    MIK1 - Batch Input: Ph.Inv.Doc.Vendor Cons.

    MIQ1 - Batch Input: PhInvDoc. Project Stock

    MI01 - Create Physical Inventory Document

    MI02 - Change Physical Inventory Document

    MI03 - Display Physical Inventory Document

    MI31 - Batch Input: Create Phys. Inv. Doc.

    MI32 - Batch Input: Block Material

    MI33 - Batch Input: Freeze Book Inv.Balance

    MICN - Btch Inpt:Ph.Inv.Docs.for Cycle Ctng

    MIK1 - Batch Input: Ph.Inv.Doc.Vendor Cons.

    MIQ1 - Batch Input: PhInvDoc. Project Stock

    MI01 - Create Physical Inventory Document

    MI02 - Change Physical Inventory Document

    MI03 - Display Physical Inventory Document

    MI31 - Batch Input: Create Phys. Inv. Doc.

    MI32 - Batch Input: Block Material

    MI33 - Batch Input: Freeze Book Inv.Balance

    MICN - Btch Inpt:Ph.Inv.Docs.for Cycle Ctng

    MIK1 - Batch Input: Ph.Inv.Doc.Vendor Cons.

    MIQ1 - Batch Input: PhInvDoc. Project Stock

    MI21 - Print physical inventory document

    MI04 - Enter Inventory Count with Document

    MI05 - Change Inventory Count

    MI06 - Display Inventory Count

    MI09 - Enter Inventory Count w/o Document

    MI34 - Batch Input: Enter Count

    MI35 - Batch Input: Post Zero Stock Balance

    MI38 - Batch Input: Count and Differences

    MI39 - Batch Input: Document and Count

    MI40 - Batch Input: Doc., Count and Diff.

    MI08 - Create List of Differences with Doc.

    MI10 - Create List of Differences w/o Doc.

    MI20 - Print List of Differences

    MI11 - Physical Inventory Document Recount

    MI07 - Process List of Differences

    MI37 - Batch Input: Post Differences

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  • Feb 04, 2008 at 05:46 AM

    Hello Vishal ,

    Some more info

    Use transaction SE11 - ABAP Dictionary:

    Fill in the Database table name and click the Display button.

    - TSTC table will contain all the Tcodes and

    - TSTCT table will contain all the Tcodes with Texts.

    Or

    Goto transaction SE93

    There are two ways where you can find the list of transaction codes in SE93.

    Method 1:

    You must be familiar with the starting characters strings for each of the R/3 application modules.

    Assuming you know that most Materials Management transaction codes start with MM.

    In the Fields: Transaction code, type in MM* and press the function key F4

    The list of transaction code starting with MM will be displayed.

    Method 2:

    On the Top Menu, click Utilities - Find - Execute and the first 500 transaction will be display.

    If want to display all the tcodes, make sure you remembered to change the Fields: Maximum no. of hits right at the bottom of the screen.

    I know a particular T Code and can enter and work on it. How do I know what is the menu path for that T Code?

    Enter Search_SAP_Menu in the command box and when the pop box appears enter, the Tcode and it will give the nodes and menu path.

    This is helpful only in case of SAP Menu not in case of SPRO - ie IMG.....

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    • Former Member

      Dear Madam

      I am a Material Professional working abroad. can you  please tell me if it is possible for me to download some kind of Sap mm program for a starter

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    Former Member
    Apr 18, 2014 at 05:55 AM

    All transaction are stored in table TSTC.

    Transaction for MM module start with M.


    • IH09 - Display Material
    • MM01 - Create Material
    • MM02 - Change Material
    • MM03 - Display Material
    • MM50 - List Extendable Materials
    • MMBE - Stock Overview
    • MMI1 - Create Operating Supplies
    • MMN1 - Create Non-Stock Material
    • MMS1 - Create Service
    • MMU1 - Create Non-Valuated Material
    • ME51N - Create Purchase Requisition
    • ME52N - Change Purchase Requisition
    • ME53N - Display Purchase Requisition
    • ME5A - Purchase Requisitions: List Display
    • ME5J - Purchase Requisitions for Project
    • ME5K - Requisitions by Account Assignment
    • MELB - Purch. Transactions by Tracking No.
    • ME56 - Assign Source to Purch. Requisition
    • ME57 - Assign and Process Requisitions
    • ME58 - Ordering: Assigned Requisitions
    • ME59 - Automatic Generation of POs
    • ME54 - Release Purchase Requisition
    • ME55 - Collective Release of Purchase Reqs.
    • ME5F - Release Reminder: Purch. Requisition
    • MB21 - Create Reservation
    • MB22 - Change Reservation
    • MB23 - Display Reservation
    • MB24 - Reservations by Material
    • MB25 - Reservations by Account Assignment
    • MB1C - Other Goods Receipts
    • MB90 - Output Processing for Mat. Documents
    • MB21 - Create Reservation
    • MB22 - Change Reservation
    • MB23 - Display Reservation
    • MB24 - Reservations by Material
    • MB25 - Reservations by Account Assignment
    • MBRL - Return Delivery per Mat. Document
    • MB1C - Other Goods Receipts
    • MB90 - Output Processing for Mat. Documents
    • MB1B - Transfer Posting
    • MIBC - ABC Analysis for Cycle Counting
    • MI01 - Create Physical Inventory Document
    • MI02 - Change Physical Inventory Document
    • MI03 - Display Physical Inventory Document
    • MI31 - Batch Input: Create Phys. Inv. Doc.
    • MI32 - Batch Input: Block Material
    • MI33 - Batch Input: Freeze Book Inv.Balance
    • MICN - Btch Inpt:Ph.Inv.Docs.for Cycle Ctng
    • MIK1 - Batch Input: Ph.Inv.Doc.Vendor Cons.
    • MIQ1 - Batch Input: PhInvDoc. Project Stock
    • MI01 - Create Physical Inventory Document
    • MI02 - Change Physical Inventory Document
    • MI03 - Display Physical Inventory Document
    • MI31 - Batch Input: Create Phys. Inv. Doc.
    • MI32 - Batch Input: Block Material
    • MI33 - Batch Input: Freeze Book Inv.Balance
    • MICN - Btch Inpt:Ph.Inv.Docs.for Cycle Ctng
    • MIK1 - Batch Input: Ph.Inv.Doc.Vendor Cons.
    • MIQ1 - Batch Input: PhInvDoc. Project Stock
    • MI01 - Create Physical Inventory Document
    • MI02 - Change Physical Inventory Document
    • MI03 - Display Physical Inventory Document
    • MI31 - Batch Input: Create Phys. Inv. Doc.
    • MI32 - Batch Input: Block Material
    • MI33 - Batch Input: Freeze Book Inv.Balance
    • MICN - Btch Inpt:Ph.Inv.Docs.for Cycle Ctng
    • MIK1 - Batch Input: Ph.Inv.Doc.Vendor Cons.
    • MIQ1 - Batch Input: PhInvDoc. Project Stock
    • MI21 - Print physical inventory document
    • MI04 - Enter Inventory Count with Document
    • MI05 - Change Inventory Count
    • MI06 - Display Inventory Count
    • MI09 - Enter Inventory Count w/o Document
    • MI34 - Batch Input: Enter Count
    • MI35 - Batch Input: Post Zero Stock Balance
    • MI38 - Batch Input: Count and Differences
    • MI39 - Batch Input: Document and Count
    • MI40 - Batch Input: Doc., Count and Diff.
    • MI08 - Create List of Differences with Doc.
    • MI10 - Create List of Differences w/o Doc.
    • MI20 - Print List of Differences
    • MI11 - Physical Inventory Document Recount
    • MI07 - Process List of Differences
    • MI37 - Batch Input: Post Differences
    • CT01 - Create Characteristic
    • CT02 - Change Characteristic
    • CT03 - Display Characteristic
    • CL01 - Create Class
    • CL02 - Classes
    • CL03 - Display Class
    • CL04 - Delete Class
    • CL2B - Class Types
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    Jun 13, 2014 at 07:07 AM

    Dear Sir,Madam,

    production order meaning

    Regards,

    Raghul.W

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    • Former Member

      Hi Raghul,

      It is not the correct thread for this question.

      But for your understanding :

      Production Order is an order to produce a specific quantity of material within a predefined timeframe. It contains all of the relevant information required for the execution of the process, including how much should be manufactured, and when, as well as information about the work site and all high level steps involved.

      You can create the production order in SAP by t-code CO01.

      Thanks,

      Arun

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    Apr 13, 2015 at 12:06 AM

    Thanks ,

    Here are few more Tcode I was working...

    SM59: RFC Destination

    RSA1: Modeling DW workbench

    RSA5: Install Business content

    SA38: ABAP Reporting

    STMS: Transport Management System

    SAINT:  Add-on Package Tool

    SPAM: update path or package

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