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SAP Data dictionary overview

I need to know, How can i obtain a list from the SAP's Data Dictionary? I need the database tables and his fields specification.

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Jesus Alen

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2005 at 11:00 PM

    The tables are...

    <b>DD02L - SAP tables

    DD02T - R/3 DD: SAP table texts

    DD03L - Table Fields

    DD03T - DD: Texts for fields (language dependent)

    DD04L - Data elements

    DD04T - R/3 DD: Data element texts

    DD01L - Domains

    DD01T - R/3 DD: domain texts

    DD07L - R/3 DD: values for the domains

    DD07T - DD: Texts for Domain Fixed Values (Language-Dependent)

    Transparent tables can be identified using DD02L-TABCLASS = 'TRANSP'.</b>

    hope that gives you some starting point. Joining the tables together is some thing you will have to do looking at the contents of the table and taking a sample table intoaccount.

    Rishi

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      Hi.

      If you use the table names from DD02L, you can then get the structure etc. using the Run Time Type System (RTTS):

      DATA: l_tablename   TYPE        DD02L-TABNAME,
            l_structdescr TYPE REF TO CL_ABAP_STRUCTDESCR,
            l_comp_tab    TYPE CL_ABAP_STRUCTDESCR=>COMPONENT_TABLE.
      
      l_structdescr ?= CL_ABAP_TABLEDESCR=>DESCRIBE_BY_NANE( l_tablename ).
      l_comp_tab     = l_structdescr->get_components( ).
      

  • Posted on Jul 26, 2005 at 06:50 AM

    Hi Jesus,

    or use fm RFC_GET_NAMETAB or DD_GET_NAMETAB

    Andreas

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