• AAV – Logical Database RV: Sales Documents

    VBUK Sales Doc.: Header Status and
    Administrative Data
    VBAK Sales Document: Header Data
    VBFA Sales Document Flow
    NAST Message status
    VBKD Sales Document: Business Data
    VBUP Sales Document: Item Status
    VBAP Sales Document: Item Data
    VBEP Sales Document: Schedule Line Data
    KONV Conditions (Transaction Data)
    VBPA Sales Document: Partner
    SADR Address Management: Company data
    VBUV Sales Document: Incompletion Log
    STXH STXD SAPscript text file header
    STXL STXD SAPscript text file lines
    CDHDR Change document header
    CDPOS Change document items

  • Field entries previously used

    Q – How do you get the system to prompt old field entries when you select a field to enter data?

    A – use Customizing of local layout Icon (looks like a rainbow on top toolbar on right most side.) (or press ALT+F12) then on the Local Data tab set History as immediatly.

  • Changed data in a table

    Q – How to check which data changed has changed in a table, or check the values of a table at a specific date and time?

    A – If table logging is active you can use transaction SCU3. Enter the table name and execute. You can also use this transaction to see the contents of the table for a specific date and time by selecting comparison History –>Current and execute.

  • How to turn history of fields on and off

    Q – How do I turn history of values used in fields on and off – for example, when I login my user ID is showing on the login pad, as a list of old values I placed in the field, so I can simply select a value last used, where my colleagues pc, and login pad does not have a list of last used values?

    A – This is controlled by the setting on the SAP GUI login. It is related to bandwidth and performance. If you select the system ID, then right click and select properties, then select advanced, select “low connection speed” to turn off the list of last used values. Or de-select the “low connection speed” to switch on the last used values.

  • What tables are being used to populate specific screen fields?

    Q – How do I see what tables are being used to populate specific screen fields?

    A – You can debug the transaction. Or an easier method is to use a SQL trace. Start the trace with ST05. Then run the transaction. Then switch the trace off with ST05. Then list the trace and you will see the table calls, with the variables used in the call.