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How to find a configuration or IMG activity path for any object with the help of a Transport request (TR) number in SAP ERP

Hi All,

Hope you are doing good.

This is my first SAP blog. With the help of this blog, we can understand how to find Configuration/SPRO IMG path for any TR created in the SAP system.


Sometimes we will get a requirement or need to find a configuration or IMG path for an object that has already been created. Now we have a TR number. We need to find out exactly where the object changes were made in the SPRO path, and we need to identify which objects were created or modified in that TR.

In this blog, I will explain and share the steps, along with screenshots, on how we can find an IMG path for any object in SAP by using Transport request numbers.

This method will work for all the Functional consultants who are working in SAP ERP.

Main Topic:


Firstly, I have a TR number of DS4K902896.

1.Insert the TR number in the E071K table.


E071K%20TABLE2. Take the object name: V_FAGL_SEGM. or table name: FAGL_SEGM In this example, I am using the object name V_FAGL_SEGM


3.Go to SM30 and paste the object name: V_FAGL_SEGM and click on Customizing

 4. Click on Continue w/o Specifying Project

 5. That’s it. We had now arrived at the exact configuration path. Check out the screenshot below.

 6. Click on Define Segment:

 7. If we see that I created Segment 760000, the same segment number we can see in the E071K TABLE under Object name.

 8. Object name: 1000000760000 i: e: Client 100 Segment: 0000760000 (unconverted)


In the E071K table, we can input Parent TR or Child TR; anyone is fine. We can take TABLE NAME (FAGL_SEGM) or OBJECT NAME (V_FAGL_SEGM) to input into the SM30 table. For faster results, use OBJECT NAME (V_FAGL_SEGM).

This way, we can quickly find the configuration or IMG path for any TR created in the SAP

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