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How to find a transparent table from structure

Hi All,

Can anyone tell me how to find the transparent table when got F1 (field help) and technical info button? Sometimes the table specified is not always a transparent table.

For example in XK03 (Vendor Display), in the Street address field, when I hit F1 and goto Tech Info I see ADDR1_DATA as table name. But in fact it's a structure. From This structure how can I find out the transparent table where the data is physically stored?

Thanks in Advance.

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 08:09 PM

    The address data stored in LFA1

    LFA1 Vendor Master (General Section)

    LFA1M1 Vendor Master View LFA1 LFM1

    LFAS Vendor master (VAT registration numbers ge

    LFAT Vendor master record (tax groupings)

    LFB1 Vendor Master (Company Code)

    LFB5 Vendor master (dunning data)

    LFBK Vendor Master (Bank Details)

    LFBW Vendor master record (withholding tax type

    LFC1 Vendor master (transaction figures)

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 08:18 PM

    The best way is to find the data element while in the ABAP Dictionary (for your structure). By double clicking the data element for the field you are looking for, you can see the definition of that data element. You can do a "Where Used" for Tables on this data element and then search through your results. The Address for a Vendor is stored in the LFA1 table.

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