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I want to extract all the tables in sap .can anyone please help me with the t codes and steps?



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  • Posted on Feb 11, 2010 at 04:32 PM

    WOW. this is a huge number of tables, I know that I could not even get all table names into excel because it were more than 65000 tables

    I suggest you use transaction DB02 to find all tables that have records..because this is probably more convinient than using SE16 and F4 to select one after the other then checking if they have records.

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  • Posted on Feb 11, 2010 at 04:35 PM

    That's quite ambitious. Do you just want to know the table names ??

    If so use Transaction SE16 or SE16N and look at table DD02L. It's pretty straightforward (remember to max. number of hits to be returned to a suitably high number). When you get the list back, use System > List > Save > local file etc.

    Note decide whether you want to select all table types or only e.g. transparent (see field Table Category)



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