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how to create a table maintanance generator?

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  • Posted on Mar 30, 2008 at 06:32 AM


    Table Maintenance generator is required to do Manual entries in the Table.

    If the requirement is to update the table only programmatically

    and not manually then table maint generator is not required.

    Manual entries in table can be maintained ( New record can be inserted / existing can be modified )

    using transaction SM 30, if the table maintenance for the table is generated.

    How to activate Table maint.

    Goto SE11 and open the table.

    Click UTILITIES -> Table Maint. Generator, Enter the details and click on Save. Then activate the table.

    chk a sample 1.



    how to create a a T-code of that

    Go to se93.

    Then create the new T.code.

    Under that select parameter Transaction.

    Then give the sm30 in the t.code in default values tab.

    check the checkbox skip initial screen.

    in classification tab.

    click checkbox inherit gui attributes..

    Now below..

    In the default values..


    viewname = give ur table name.

    show = X

    save and check it once...

    now u can able to call ur table through ur new t.code...



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    Posted on Mar 31, 2008 at 06:57 AM



    Go to SE11 enter table name ->change

    Utilities-> Table Maintenance Generator

    delete the Table maintenance by pressing delete button on menu,

    then start creating it again.

    Enter Auth.Group as &NC&

    Enter function group < some name>

    Maintenance Type -> One step

    Overview screen -> some Number (1 or 2)

    Press create

    enter dev class and save, activate.

    Go to SM 30 and check again.



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