List of SAP Tables
Since I have not found another place to put this 2 page cheat sheet (for consultants, developers, users) it is in this section. There are many useful lists of SAP tables on the web, but, for one reason or the other, I could not find one overview, which suits my own needs. So, finally I created my own Cheat Sheet, including the most important SAP tables (functional and technical). It covers SAP-FI (currency, bank data, payment methods, calendar, taxes, accounting documents), SAP-CO (Cost center, cost elements, profit center) , ABAP, the Data Dictionary, User and System Administration, SAP Workflow, Number Ranges and some other SAP basis tables. Some examples which are included in the PDF:
|DD02L SAP Tables||DD03L Table Fields||DD04L Data elements||TADIR Directory of Repository Objects|
|VARID Variant for Reports||TFDIR Function Modules||T100 Messages||TSE05 ABAP Editor insert commands|
|USR03 User address data||USR02 Logon data||USR01 User master||USR21 Assign user address key [ADRP]|
|TLOCK Transports: Locks||DBTABLOG Log Records||PAT03 Hot packages||UE070 Header of Requests/Tasks|
|SNAP Snapshots: Runtime||TBTCO Jobs status||TBTCP Batch Input steps||ARCH_OBJ Objects for archive / reorg.|
|TCURC Currency codes||T056 Interest settlement||T012 House Banks||BNKA Bank Master|
|T043 Assign Accounting Clerks||T007A Tax Keys||T000 Clients||T059A Type of Recipient For Vendors|
|T006 Units of Measurement||T002 Language Keys||T005 Countries||T004 Directory of Charts of Accounts|
|AUFK Order master data||KNA1 Customer Master||LFA1 Vendor Master||AFKO Order header data PP orders|
|CSKA Cost elements (CoA)||COBK Document header||TKA01 Controlling areas||SKA1 G/L accounts (chart of accounts)|
|BKPF Accounting header||BSEG Document line||BSID Sec. index cust.||BSIK Secondary index vendors|
Please be invited to use this list and/or leave some suggestions for enhancement. However, out of experience, allow me to make one stipulation: although this cheat sheet is freely available, please refrain from uploading it to other servers.
The list starts with the most useful tables and the items are categorized: ABAP, Data Dictionary, FI, CO, Spool, Cost Center, Vendors (Creditor), Customers (Debitor), Banks, Taxes, Clients, Accounting, Payment methods etc.).
Below is a screenshot of the pdf, to show an overview of the structure (the list contains both customizing and operational tables):
Please feel free to download the corresponding 2 page cheat sheet » List of important SAP Tables as PDF (approx. 100 KB).
There are 4 Table-Types within the SAP System:
- Tables which have technical control functions within the SAP system. They are maintained either by SAP or by users with special authorization.
- Other tables contain basic commercial data (bank data, currency ...).
- Tables for the organization of a company (company codes, customer data ...).
- And last but not least there are tables for application data, which contain business transactions and master data and are processed using SAP programs.
An overview of the most important SAP Tables for all these categories, as well as the necessary SAP Transaction Codes to maintain them, are provided on the linked pages.