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SE16 vs SE11

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can any one explain me the different uses of SE16 with an example?

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    Posted on Feb 28, 2009 at 01:28 PM

    Dear GB BL,

    SE16 i used to view the table details.

    Say each and every field of SAP will be stored in their respective field.

    For Eg,the material master plant related datas (MRP1 to MRP4 view datas) will be stored in the table

    MARC.

    Say now a user wants to see all the raw materials MRP type , MRP controller,Safety stock,Lot size

    and scheduling margin key.In this case we cant give the authorization to the users for SE16,

    So you can create a query and you can use this table for this purpose.

    You can use the table values for developing a Z report.

    Or else directly from SE16 you can download the datas to an excel sheet.

    I hope this will help you to some extent.

    Regards

    Mangalraj.S

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    Posted on Feb 28, 2009 at 02:05 PM

    Dear GB BL,

    As Mangalraj told , you can get values details against each field in SE16 table which you can capture for report development whereas in SE11 you will not get values details against each field but you will get all technical information in it i.e. Atrributes, Delivery & Maintanance, Fields, Entry Help / Check,

    Currency / Quantity fields etc.

    You will get better idea by checking same table in both SE11 & SE16 in two different screens and comparing. So it will become more self explanatory for you.

    Hope this helps.

    Revert in case any doubt.

    Regards,

    Tejas

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