We all struggle to find the correct table for a particular functionality in SAP. It’s not easy to remember all the tables pertaining to a particular module or sub module. I would rather say it is practically impossible keep track of the tables all the time.

This document will help you find all relevant SAP tables, for a particular area, in a single page.

Although, it’s not something very technical but this will help you find tables in a hassle-free way.

Let’s start with a basic concept that SAP tables are ABAP objects and they are clustered under a package. Standard tables are grouped under standard packages and Z -tables under custom packages. Once you know the package you are working on, you can easily find out all the tables under that package.

This is very much handy to functional consultant working on standard / custom object and want to find out all relevant tables in that particular area. There are multiple ways to find them, I have listed few ways

For example, you want to know the tables used in KANBAN.

Go to SE11 / SE16N

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Enter Package for KANBAN (MD05) and press enter

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You will get the list of ABAP tables related to KANBAN.This list is not only restricted to transparent tables but also to Customizing tables.

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Packages differ from Module to Module and remembering these packages is not an easy task so in that case you can find it by using ABAP transaction SE93

Let’s say you have to find out tables related to MRP and the transaction used to run requirement planning MD01 / MD02 etc…

Go to SE93

Enter transaction code > Click Display

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You will get the desired package:

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Now Enter this package in SE11 > F4 > Package Field

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You will have list of MRP relevant tables:

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You can also use package MD03 for get list of other MRP / LTP / MPS related tables:

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If you do not want have to use SE93 or you do not have access to ABAP transactions or you want to explore all the packages under a module or sub module then use following path:

Go to SE11 > Press F4 (in Database table) and chose the option of “SAP Application”

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Navigate up to desired package and you will get the list of tables. Below example shows the list of tables related to Work centers.

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You can also go to SE80 – Object navigator – Repository Browser – Package – Package Name

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All packages are stored in TDEVC tables. Here you can get the list of all packages in SAP (all modules) Just for the information, I have listed few (not all) of the packages in PP modules.

PP Functional Area

Package

Material BOM

CS

Production Version

CPFX

Standard Routing

CP

Engineering Change Management

CC

Work center

CR

Production Resources & tools

CF

MRP

MD

LTP / MPS

MD03

Demand Management (Planned Orders)

MD

Demand Management (PIR)

MDPB

KANBAN

MD05

Production Orders

CO

Process Orders

COCR

Info structure – SOP

MCP1

Product group – SOP

MCP2

Forecast

MPRO

Capacity Planning

CY

Capacity Scheduling

CX

Capacity Levelling

CY01

REM

MD04

Information System

MCF

etc…

etc…

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