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How Find Path In SPRO With Tracking Code Transaction

How Find Path In SPRO With Tracking Code Transaction

We have transaction code for customizing like OMET but we
don’t know where is  the path in SPRO transaction.
In some case in SPRO we can see tracking code in additional information column
but in more case does not show that code (you can active in menu Additional information- Display key-IMG activity).

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Now we want to find path of tracking code like OMET in SPRO:

1-Run OMET transaction code

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2- from menu: select “table view” – print :

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3- we can See view “V_T160D” and remember that

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4- Now go to the SM30 transaction code , put View and select customizing :

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5- you can reach to path in customizing

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      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Great, It's a good method 😉

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Thank you sir!

      It was really helpful.

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      Former Member

      Hi experts

      this is a very helpful post.

      thank you.

      Reza Rostami- saphiran ABAP team leader .

      Author's profile photo Osvaldo Lopez
      Osvaldo Lopez

      Great tip !

      Thank you very much

      Keep it blogging! 😉

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Very helpful tip.

      Thanks alot.

      Author's profile photo Benjamin Allsopp
      Benjamin Allsopp

      Helpful tip, Thanks!

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Thanks a lot! I have been looking for this.

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      Blog Post Author

      Dear people

      thanks for your comments

      Regards

      Ramin

      Author's profile photo Arjun Dhakar
      Arjun Dhakar

      It's Very Helpful.

      Author's profile photo Hemashree B
      Hemashree B

      Very Useful. Thanks.

      Author's profile photo Former Member
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      Dear Hemashree

      thanks for your comment

      Regards

      Ramin

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      Former Member

      Hello Ramin..

       

      Thanks for Posting your IDEAS on Finding menu path for a SPRO transaction...

      But sorry to inform it is not Working for many SPRO Transaction and taking me to different nodes which are not relevant to the SPRO Transaction..

      i tried few SPRO transactions namely

      OBQ1 : Conditions: Condition Type ; Overview

      but going by your above mentioned process it takes me to another node which is not one of OBQ1...

      also for basic MM Pricing configuration we use Tcode = M/08 : Purchase pricing Schema procedure transaction Screen..

      going by Table view / Print Option we get View as View : V_T683..

      but in SM30 Placing this View : V_T683 the system is taking me to other pricing procedure Screens but not the Purchase pricing procedure screen.. and it s quite misleading...

      Warranty Processing            Define Message Determination Procedures

      Warranty Processing            Define Pricing Procedures

      Warranty Processing                              Define Account Determination Procedures

      Product Safety                                        Check Output Determination Procedures

      Product Safety                                Check Output Determination Procedures

      Joint Venture Accounting               Maintain CRP Procedures

      but in above values none is a relevant one taking me to Purchase pricing procedure Schema..

       

      Please check at your end.. as it might not be working in my system.. Please correct me if M/08 works fine for any one using the above techiniue..

      More methods and options to find menu paths are WELCOME as well...

      Thanks and Regards

      Sari..

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      Dear J.Saritha

      sorry for delay answer

      as you know in SM30 we can put View or Table if you can't path with View please try with table.for to find table you can go SE11 transaction and you see tables in "Table/Join conditions" tab.for example  table for View "V_T683" are "T683" and "T683U".i hope it will be helpful,if you have question tell me.

      Regards

      ramin

      Author's profile photo Sanjeet Kumar Yadav
      Sanjeet Kumar Yadav

      Hi Ramin,

      Very much informative. Thanks a lot.

      Regards

      Sanjeet Kumar.

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      Hi Sanjeet

      thanks for your comment

      Regards

      Ramin

      Author's profile photo Swapnil nevrekar
      Swapnil nevrekar

      Thanks Ramin.

      Very Useful

      Best Regards,

      Swapnil

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      Former Member

      Great tip !

      Thanks for your effort

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Hi Ramin,

      Very useful and nice information. Thanks a lot for sharing.

      regards,

      Ramesh

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      Former Member

      good, useful infomation.

      regards

      Srini

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      Dear Vasu

      thanks for your comment

      Best Regards

      Ramin totonchilar

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      Former Member

      Nice one. But cant work for every t.code say OMT3E

      Regards,

      Bijay

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      Hi Bijay

      Thanks for comment but if you face by this cases insted of "VCM_T133K" you can use characters that start whit "T" in above example you should put "T133K" in SM30.

      i hope it is helpful for you

      R.T

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      Former Member

      thank u sir, thank u so much....

      Author's profile photo Former Member
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      Hi Sridhar

      thanks for your comment

      Best Regards

      Ramin totonchilar

      Author's profile photo Ali Eshaghi Beni
      Ali Eshaghi Beni

      nice job, thanks for sharing

      Author's profile photo Dibyendu Patra
      Dibyendu Patra

      Good information...

      But I think No need to press print option ..

      We can find this "V_T160D" by pressing F1-technical information...

      Thanks...

      Author's profile photo Former Member
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      Hi Dëv Päträ

      thanks for your comment.yes it is possible,thank for additional information to us again.

      Regards

      Ramin totonchi

      Author's profile photo Dibyendu Patra
      Dibyendu Patra

      You can add this option on your blog...

      That will complete and easy to use for a user...

      Author's profile photo Muni Sudhakar Thaiyuri
      Muni Sudhakar Thaiyuri

      Really very good information. Thank you.

      Author's profile photo Sudeep A
      Sudeep A

      Good information. Thank you for sharing..

      Regards,

      Sudeep

      Author's profile photo Siva kumar Devana
      Siva kumar Devana

      very useful tip.

      Thanks

      Siva kumar

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      Former Member

      I love such blogs, short, clear and intructive in a few steps. Thanks !

      Génia.

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      Hi Genia

      special thanks for your comment

      Regards

      Ramin

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      Former Member

      useful information, Thanks for sharing

      Regards,

      Deepika

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      Hi Deepika

      Thanks for comment

      Ramin

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      Thanks for sharing the useful information. Much appreciated.

      Regards

      Varun

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      Hi Varun

      Thanks for comment

      Ramin

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      Former Member

      Hello Mr. Ramin

        Its really very help full for us .

      Author's profile photo Sanjeet Kumar Yadav
      Sanjeet Kumar Yadav

      Thanks for sharing good way to find the detail,

      Can I get the transaction code in SPRO. Suppose i am on spro path SPRO>Materials Management>Purchasing>Purchase Order> Define Number Ranges and in Additional Information showing as SIMG_CFMENUOLMEOMY6, and i am taking last 4 digit ie. OMY6.

      OMY6  input in open command field of Transaction then press enter key, system showing me that "

      Transaction OMY6 does not exist.

      Please clear me how to find transaction code.

      Regards

      Sanjeet

      Author's profile photo Jürgen L
      Jürgen L

      already from release 4.7 many transactions cannot be executed because they are removed from table TSTC,, which is said in OSS note 972888 without giving a reason

      OSS note 642828 is much clearer on that: " 

      Author's profile photo Sanjeet Kumar Yadav
      Sanjeet Kumar Yadav

      Thanks a Jurgen.

      Author's profile photo Former Member
      Former Member

      Good blog, but i have a dude:

      Friend i follow your blog for Transaction OB13

      in the step 4, "continue w/o specifying the Project"

      i get various results:

      /wp-content/uploads/2015/03/x_668988.jpg

      wich is?

      of course if i do double click i go to sbpro i get the customatization path.

      checking on google say the path is:

      MG>Financial Accounting

      (New)>General Ledger Accounting (New)>Master Data>G/L

      Accounting>Preparations>Edit Chart of Account List.


      any advice?


      Thanks.

      Author's profile photo Ritesh Dube
      Ritesh Dube

      Nice document Ramin Totonchi.  Thanks for sharing it.

      Thanks

      Ritesh

      Author's profile photo Jose SAPMM
      Jose SAPMM

      it is really helpful

      Thanks