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A structure is made up of 2 tables. When you know the name of the structure, is there any way to find out what the two tables are?

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    Posted on Mar 09, 2008 at 06:40 AM

    Enter structure into SE11, click on the "Where used list", select DB tables and run.

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    Posted on Mar 09, 2008 at 08:20 AM

    HI,

    No - not directly. You can do where-used on the data elements and hope that brings you into the right direction, or you can do a SQL trace in your transaction to see what tables are being accessed.

    BTW this should have been in the ABAP or Basis forum, as it is not a Functional PP question. I'm going to move it, but not dock you an infraction point this time. Next time, consider where you post more carefully.

    Cheers,

    Chandra Sekhar.

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 09:15 AM

    go to se84, select abap dictionary,again select fields, in that select structure fields, now you enter the structure name and execute. it will display all the tablets which are connected to the structure.

    reply if you need more clarification

    regards,

    senthil

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    Posted on Apr 13, 2008 at 05:57 AM

    go to se84, select abap dictionary,again select fields, in that select structure fields, now you enter the structure name and execute. it will display all the tablets which are connected to the structure.

    reply if you need more clarification

    regards,

    senthil

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