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ABAP/4 Programs and Loads
ABAP source is stored in D010S (<=4.6x), REPOSRC
D010SINF - ABAP: информация по исходным текстам ABAP-программ

The ABAP/4 load is an precompiled ABAP Source Code - BYTE CODE also known as INTERIM CODE.
The ABAP/4 load consists of four tables in the database: D010LINF, D010L, D010Q and D010Y. The Table D010Y is no longer used as of Release 46*. D010L contains the actual ABAP/4 load, D010Q and D010Y contain the line references or the symbol table of the generated program. D010LINF contains general information about the load, such as the last time of change and the size of the data in D010L, D010Q and D010Y.
Program buffer Also known as
SAP executable buffer
ABAP buffer
PXA (Program Execution Area)
Stores the compiled executable versions of ABAP programs (loads). The contents of this buffer are stored in tables D010L (ABAP loads), D010T (texts) and D010Y (symbol table).

Structure of D010L

Column Type Type name schema name Length Scale Nulls
PROG SYSIBM VARCHAR 40 0 No
R3STATE SYSIBM CHARACTER 1 0 No
R3MODE SYSIBM CHARACTER 1 0 No
R3VERSION SYSIBM VARCHAR 4 0 No
BLOCKNR SYSIBM SMALLINT 2 0 No
BLOCKLG SYSIBM DECIMAL 5 0 No
BLOCK SYSIBM LONG VARCHAR 32700 0 Yes

Access to ABAP load using Native SQL
Code:
FIELD-SYMBOLS <fs>.
DATA: block(32768) TYPE x,
      prog    TYPE program,
      program TYPE program.

program = sy-repid.

EXEC SQL.
  SELECT PROG, BLOCK INTO :PROG, :BLOCK FROM D010L
         WHERE PROG = :PROGRAM
ENDEXEC.
ASSIGN block TO <fs> TYPE 'C'.

WRITE: / prog,
       / <fs>.


Note 24824 - Inconsistencies in a Program Load
For Oracle, as an example, you would call up svrmgrl and connect as user "sapr3/sap").
SELECT PROG FROM D010LINF WHERE PROG = '<progname>';
SELECT PROG FROM D010L WHERE PROG = '<progname>';
SELECT PROG FROM D010Q WHERE PROG = '<progname>';
SELECT PROG FROM D010Y WHERE PROG = '<progname>';


Checking and cleaning up development environment tables (Note 69871)
Use the report RSDBDEOC to check and clean up the development environment.
RSDBDEOC provides you with the following options:

CKREPSRC check existence of report sources
CKRPSCLN check lengths of report sources
CKREPLOA check existence of report loads
CKRPLOLN check lengths of report loads
CKREPTXT check existence of report texts
CKRPTXLN check lengths of report texts
CKINCLUD check existence of master/include references
CKSRCTAB check existence of program/table references
CKDYNSRC check existence of screen sources
CKDYSCLN check lengths of screen sources (Release 4.5B or lower)
CKDYNLOA check existence of screen loads
CKDYLOLN check lengths of screen loads
BEREPLOA clean up table of report loads
BEREPTXT clean up table of report texts
BEINCLUD clean up table of master/include references
BESRCTAB clean up table of program/table references
BEDYNLOA clean up table of screen loads

Make use of the transaction 'SGEN' to re-generate all the SAP programs

Mass Generation of ABAP Source
You can use the ABAP Load Generator (transaction SGEN) to generate ABAP loads for large numbers of programs, function groups, module pools, and so on.

This is particularly important after an upgrade, since at this point the system only contains a few ABAP loads. A load is generated automatically when you start a program if it does not already exist, however this may lead to poor performance.

The transaction SGEN replaces the report program RDDGENLD. This report program only let you regenerate those loads that were already in the system before the upgrade. No loads were generated for new programs.

The transaction SGEN has the following advantages over RDDGENLD:

You have much greater influence over the number of loads generated. This is especially important for new programs for which there were no loads before the upgrade. For example, you can generate loads only for those components that you want to use (such as HR, LO, AC or BC). This saves space in the database.

You can use the Job Monitor in transaction SGEN to control more effectively the background job that generates the load.

For a detailed description of transaction SGEN, click the pushbutton Information on any dialog box in the transaction.

ABAP Text String Finder in program source code
RSRSCAN1 - ABAP/4 Find String in Program Source Code
Transaction SE38 -> Utilities -> Find in source code
RPR_ABAP_SOURCE_SCAN - Search ABAP code for a string. Much more flexible than RSRSCAN1 or RKCTSEAR
Transaction: CODE_SCANNER

ABAP Compiller
An ABAP Compiler is a compiler, which creates a BYTE CODE also known as INTERIM CODE whenever an ABAP program is generated from the source code. This BYTE CODE or INTERIM CODE is stored in the database system being used by the SAP System.

A BYTE CODE is a collection of Statemets and are connected to C functions. Whenever the program is generated, the byte code is loaded into a program memory area (PXA) that is used to manage the generated byte code. The loaded byte code is finally interpreted by ABAP runtime environment.

Demo Programs
ABAP_OBJECTS_ENJOY_0 Template for Solutions of ABAP Object Enjoy Course
ABAP_OBJECTS_ENJOY_1 Model Solution 1: ABAP Objects Enjoy Course
ABAP_OBJECTS_ENJOY_2 Model Solution 2: ABAP Objects Enjoy Course
ABAP_OBJECTS_ENJOY_3 Model Solution 3: ABAP Objects Enjoy Course
ABAP_OBJECTS_ENJOY_4 Model Solution 4: ABAP Objects Enjoy Course
ABAP_OBJECTS_ENJOY_5 Model Solution 5: ABAP Objects Enjoy Course
DEMO_ABAP_OBJECTS Complete Demonstration for ABAP Objects
DEMO_ABAP_OBJECTS_CONTROLS GUI Controls on Screen
DEMO_ABAP_OBJECTS_EVENTS Demonstration of Events in ABAP Objects
DEMO_ABAP_OBJECTS_GENERAL ABAP Objects Demonstration
DEMO_ABAP_OBJECTS_INTERFACES Demonstration of Interfaces in ABAP Objects
DEMO_ABAP_OBJECTS_METHODS Demonstration of Methods in ABAP Objects
DEMO_ABAP_OBJECTS_SPLIT_SCREEN Splitter Control on Screen

Useful system Transactions
ABAPDOCU - ABAP documentation and Examples

AL02 Database Alert Monitor (not supported for MS SQL Svr 7.0)
AL03 Operating System Alert Monitor
AL05 Workload Alert Monitor
AL08 Current active users (in system)
AL11 Display operating system file from CCMS
AL12 Display table buffer (buffer synchronization)
BALE ALE administration and monitoring
DB01 Exclusive waits in Oracle database
DB02 Database performance; tables and index

DB03 Parameter changes in database
DB05 Analysis of table with respect to indexed fields
DB12 Backup logs
DB13 DBA planning calendar
DB14 DBA logs
DB20 Generate table statistics

OSS1 Online Service System logon
RZ01 Graphical background job scheduling monitor
RZ02 Network graphical display of instance
RZ03 Server status, alerts, maintain operations mode
RZ04 Maintain operations mode and instance
RZ06 Maintain alert threshold
RZ08 CCMS Alert Monitor
RZ10 Maintain system profiles
RZ11 Display profile parameter attributes
RZ20 Alert Monitor 4.0
RZ21 Maintain settings for Alert Monitor 4.0
SA38 ABAP reporting
SCAM CATT management

SM01 Lock transactions
SM02 System messages
SM04 Overview of users
SM12 Database locks
SM13 Update terminates
SM18 Security Audit: Delete Old Audit Logs
SM19 Security Audit: Administer Audit Profile (for SM20)
SM20 System (Security) Audit Log
SM21 System log
SM30 Maintain tables (not all tables can use SM30)
SM31 Maintain tables
SM35 Batch input monitoring
SM36 Schedule background jobs
SM37 Overview of background jobs
SM39 Job analysis

SM49 External operating system commands, execute (see related SM69)
SM50 Work process overview
SM51 Instance overview

SM56 Reset or check number range buffer
SM58 Error log for asynchronous RFC
SM59 RFC connection, maintain
SM63 Operations mode, maintain
SM64 Event trigger

SM65 Background processing analysis tool

SM66 Global work process overview
SM69 External operating system commands, maintain (see related SM49)
SMLG Maintain logon groups

SMX Display own jobs

SNRO Maintain number range objects
SP00 Spool
SP01 Spool control
SP02 Display output requests

SP11 TemSe (temporary sequential objects) contents
SP12 TemSe administration
SPAD Spool administration (printer setup)
SPAM SAP Patch Manager
SPAU Intersection SAP transport/customer
modifications
SPCC Spool; consistency check
SPDD Intersection SAP transport/customer modifications, DDIC
SPIC Spool; installation check
ST01 SAP system trace
ST02 Buffer statistics
ST03 Workload analysis
ST04 Database performance analysis
ST05 SQL trace
ST06 Operating system monitor
ST07 Application monitor
ST08 Network monitor
ST09 Network Alert monitor
ST10 Table call statistics - statistics on table accesses
ST11 Display developer trace
ST12 Application monitor
ST14 Application analysis - statistics related to business document volume
ST22 ABAP dump analysis
ST4A Oracle: analyze the shared cursor cache
STAT Local transaction statistics
STMS Transport Management System
STUN Performance monitoring menu
STZAC Customizing Time Zones

SU01 User maintenance
SU01D Display users
SU02 Maintain authorization profiles
SU03 Maintain authorizations
SU10 Mass change to user records
SU12 Delete ALL Users
SU2 Maintain user parameters
SU22 Authorization object check in transactions
SU3 Maintain own user parameters
SU53 Display authorization checked values
TU02 Parameter changes - display active parameters and history of changes

* Some other Useful Transactions
SCAT Computer Aided Test Tool
SCC1 Client copy transport
SCC3 Client copy log
SCC4 Client copy administration
SCC5 Delete clients
SCC6 Client import
SCC7 Client import - post processing
SCC8 Client export
SCC9 Remote client copy

SCCL Local client copy
SCMP Table comparison
SCU3 Table history
SE01 Transport organizer
SE03 Workbench organizer: tools
SE06 Set up workbench organizer
SE09 Workbench organizer
SE10 Customizing organizer

SE11 Data Dictionary maintenance
SE12 Data Dictionary display
SE14 Utilities for ABAP Dictionary tables
SE15 Repository Info System
SE16 Display table content
SE17 General table display
SE38 ABAP editor
SECR Audit Information System
SEU R/3 Repository Browser
SFT2 Maintain public holiday calendar
SFT3 Maintain factory calendar
SICK Installation check

System ABAP Programs

RSPAMCON Support Package Manager Constants
RSPAMDEF Global definitions for the Support Package Manager
RSPAMVER Holds SPAM Version
RSPARAGEN Report for Parallel Generation of ABAP Loads
RSPARAGENER8 Parallel Processing of the Generation of ABAP Loads
RSPARAGENJOB SAP Load Generator: Job Control and Display Progress indicator
RSPARAGENLOD SAP Load Generator - Determine Generation Set
RSPARAGENPXA Defines invalid. loads in PXA buffer and writes in GENSETC
RSPARAM Displays the profile parameters
RSPARF10 FORM Routines for RSPARM30
RSPARTOP Top Include for
RSPATMOD Modules
RSPATMRG Merging Patch Object Lists in Table TODIR
RSPBS_GENDATA Test program for generating data declaration
RSPENDINGNOTES Report to find unassigned documents
RSPFCONS Internal Constants for Profile Maintenance
RSPFDBFR1 Include RSPFDBFR1
RSPFDBTS_INIT Initial Drive for Data Collection on Every Application Server
RSPFDBUI Include RSPDBRVAR
RSPFDBUI_INIT Display Performance DB historical data.
RSPFDBUI_MINI Display Performance DB historical data.
RSPFLDOC Report for Maintaining Parameter Attributes and documentation
RSPFLTST Checking the internal tables of all servers
RSPFPAR Display Profile Parameter
RSPHADMN SAPphone: System administration
RSPHCHIN SAPphone: Report for logging steps for incoming call
RSPHCNST SAPphone: Consistency check
RSPHCNTR Set Use of SAPphone Control
RSPHGCTI SAPphone: Set global CTI flag
RSPHITS1 SAPphone: Initiate call from ITS
RSPHMSG1 SAPphone: 1. Display error message
RSPHMSG2 SAPphone: 2. Display error message
RSPHMSG3 SAPphone: 3. Display error message
RSPHMSG4 SAPphone: 4. Display error message
RSPHQTRM SAPphone: Select list of work centers
RSPHQUSR SAPphone: Select list of user settings
RSPHSOFT SAPphone: Start softphone
RSPHSOFTREMOTE Program RSPHSOFTREMOTE
RSPHSPHD SAPphone: Own settings
RSPHTDRH SAPphone: Help for transferring terminal settings from 4.0C
RSPHTERM SAPphone: Select list of work centers
RSPHUSER SAPphone: Select list of processors
RSPHXPR2 SAPphone: Data transfer for more DN support from 4.6A to 4.6B
RSPHXPR3 SAPphone: Conversion to sites in 4.6C
RSPHXPR4 SAPphone: Conversion to Sites in 4.6C
RSPHXTR1 XPRA report 3.1H-> for conversion of SAPphone user data
RSPO0011 Count Output Formats
RSPO0012 Character Set Check
RSPO0013 Test Print Controls
RSPO0015 Test
RSPO0021 Test
RSPO0022 Test
RSPO0023 Test
RSPO0024 Test
RSPO0025 Test
RSPO0026 Include LSCSPF01
RSPO0028 Generate Test Data for Printer Tests
RSPO0029 Delete All Output Devices
RSPO0030 Number of Characters in the Character Sets
RSPO0031 Generate Test Data from Printer Character Set
RSPO0036 Delete Large Spool Request
RSPO0040 Spool: Expand Table TSP03 into TSP03 and TSP03C
RSPO0041 Delete Old Spool Requests
RSPO0042 Deletion of device events
RSPO0043 Spool: Consistency
RSPO0044 Spool Test: Print Data Without Formatting
RSPO0045 Test Program
RSPO0046 Job Event Consistency Check
RSPO0047 Spool: Test Function Modules
RSPO0048 Spool: Load Utility for Formats
RSPO0049 Enter Customer's Own Formatting Routine (Access Method Z)
RSPO0050 Reserve
RSPO0051 Enter Access Method P (Device Pool)
RSPO0052 Reserve
RSPO0053 Reserve
RSPO0054 Reserve
RSPO0055 Installation Check for R/3 Spool
RSPO0056 Spooler: Search Program For Special Requests
RSPO0057 Test Program For Person Updating
RSPO0058 Add Special Characters to Character Sets (Frames, Symbols, Icons,.
RSPO0059 Add New Colors to Print Controls
RSPO0060 Extend Kyocera Printer Formats For Frame
RSPO0061 Pseudo F Keys for Repair Programs (Include)
RSPO0062 Test Program For Update Task
RSPO0064 Repair Report for Nametab Error During System Start
RSPO0065 Output All Existing Spool Requests
RSPO0066 Test WRITE and ROLLBACK WORK.
RSPO0067 Change Assignment Between Printers and Spooler Servers.
RSPO0068 Test: Frame With Japanese Font
RSPO0069 Reorganize Spool Log
RSPO0070 Spool Log Analysis
RSPO0071 Maintain Resources for Format
RSPO0072 Maintain Resource
RSPO0073 Spool Stress Test
RSPO0074 Show End of Spool Request / TemSe Object
RSPO0075 Enter Various Additional Access Methods
RSPO0076 Spool: Display lock overview
RSPO0077 Job Event Overview
RSPO0098 Spool: Compile the Tables TSP1D and TSP06
RSPO0099 Delete Print Requests Waiting for Confirmation for a Server
RSPO1041 Delete Old Spool Requests
RSPO1043 Spool Data Consistency Check in Background
RSPO1055 Installation Check for R/3 Spool
RSPO4TST Correction of Unreasonably High Values in Table TSP06T
RSPOARCHP Read the Archive Path (Called by SWP From the Kernel)
RSPOASASET Spool: Edit Program Collection of Hostpool Attribute Sets
RSPOASDEMO Spool: Edit Program for Ticket Attributes
RSPOATTR Spool Attribute Names
RSPOBASE Format Derivations
RSPOCNST Constants in the Spool Which Must be Compared With the C Source
RSPOCOMP Create a Composed Spool Request
RSPOCONF Spool: Configuration parameters
RSPOCP00 Contents of Table CP00
RSPOCP02 RSPOCP02: Print One or Two Character Sets (Codepages)
RSPODRV Embedding spool driver in ABAP
RSPOIDOP Dynamic Function Calls
RSPOILST General List Processing
RSPOIREF Hyperlink Functions for Spool Objects
RSPOJTDIST Spool: Edit Program for Ticket Attributes
RSPOJTPRNT Spool: Edit Program for Sort Job Tickets
RSPOJTSORT Spool: Edit Program for Sort Job Tickets
RSPOLIST Display ABAP Spool List
RSPOLOG0 Analyze Log
RSPOLPRF Frontend Printing Form Routine Through Spool Work process
RSPOLST2 Display ABAP Spool List
RSPOPGRS Progress Indicator
RSPOPRNT Spool: Create a Composite Spool Request
RSPOPUP Test
RSPOSHOWCV Spool: Display Versions of C Sources
RSPOSHOWDT Overview: Formats for a Device Type
RSPOSP01 Output Controller
RSPOSP01NR Program RSPOSP01N (New SP01)
RSPOSTAT Statistical Analysis of Spool Data
RSPOTICKET Spool: Call a Ticket in the Spool Workprocess
RSPOTIME UTC Time Stamp
RSPOUSR03 Read USR03 Data (Called from Kernel by Spool Work Process)
RSPOUTIL General Help Functions and Macros
RSPOWP00 Frame for Spool WP
RSPOX22D Output Print Controls
RSPOXDEV Import and Export of Device Descriptions
RSPOXOMS Spool: Saving and Loading of Definitions
RSPOXP03 List Printers with Access Methods
RSPOXP06 Display Format Contents
RSPOXPRA XPRA for Conversion of TSP1D and Generation of TSP06A for TSP06
RSPPARAM Display Profile Parameter
RSPPDOBJ Program for object type COMM_ORDER : Communication order
RSPPFCLEAN PPF: Remove outputs containing errors
RSPPFPROCESS PPF: Selection and Processing of Outputs
RSPPMCHG Sending Changes to Production Process Models
RSPPMDEL PM Change Pointer Selection and Deletion
RSPREFRP Repairing missing TSPREFIX in RSBASIDOC
RSPREPRI ABAP/4 Pretty Printer
RSPRFC01 Verification program for parallel RFC
RSPRFC02 Verification program for parallel RFC
RSPRFC03 Verification Program for Parallel RFC
RSPRIPARADMIN Administration Report for Print Parameters for All Users
RSPRKEY WFMC: Maintain print parameters
RSPROCAI Resolving All I-Flags
RSPROCIM Version Management: Resolving I-Flag for an Object
RSPROG00 Forecast: Call Routines
RSPROJCHECK Check consistency of IMG project data repository
RSPROJECTCOPY Copy a project
RSPROJECTMERGE Copy Data between Projects
RSPROJECTTRANS Project transport
RSPROJEVALUATION Project analysis
RSPROJEVALUATIONCU Project analysis
RSPRTBEZ List All Relationships for a Table
RSPRVIEW List all fields of a table structure
RSPTBFIL Upgrade: Control of Table Changes
RSPUSCA4 Import documentation from customer system to new SAP system
RSCDOK99 Delete Change documents
RSVCAD00 Удаление версий програмы

SAPMACO Matchcode Utility
In physical matchcodes (update types A, S or P), the matchcode data is stored redundantly as its own table in the system. These tables must be constructed after you have created and activated the matchcode object and the matchcode IDS and created the matchcode pool in the database. These tables are constructed and deleted using the matchcode utility (SAPMACO report). The table construction is the same for all the physical update types (A, S or P).
http://help.sap.com/saphelp_40b/helpdata/en/17/5184ab7b35d111950d0060b03c6b76/content.htm
Системные таблицы
DBCON Description of database connections (including password)
DD01L Domains
DD01T R/3 DD: domain texts
DD02V Date dictionary tables
DD03L Date dictionary tables and fields
DD03T Texts for fields (language dependent)
DD04L Data elements
DD04L Data element texts
DF04L Function
DD07T Texts for Domain Fixed Values
T100 Table of message ( mesage class and message number )
TRDIR Table of programs
INFO_PT Repository Infosystem: TRDIR, TRDIRT, TADIR
TFDIR Function Module
TRMAC Table of global macros
TSTC Table of transaction codes
TADIR Directory of R/3 repository objects
TFACD Factory calender definition
THOCI Public holiday calendar index
VSEOCLASS Classes View
TPARA Table of PID's
DEVACCESS Table of development users including registered Developer access key
D010SINF ABAP: Information about ABAP program source code
USR02 Logon data
USR03 User address data
USR04 User master authorization (one row per user)
UST04 User profiles (multiple rows per user)
USR10 Authorisation profiles (i.e. &_SAP_ALL)
UST10C Composit profiles (i.e. profile has sub profile)
USR11 Text for authorisation profiles
USR12 Authorisation values
USR13 Short text for authorisation
USR40 Table for illegal passwords
OBJT Authorisation objetc table
VARID Variant directory
VARI Cluster table, like INDX, for storing Variant data.
INDX Cluster table used for storing parameters for operators:
IMPORT obj1 ... objn FROM DATABASE dbtab(ar) ID key.
EXPORT obj1 ... objn TO DATABASE dbtab(ar) ID key.
Example:
Exporting two fields and an internal table to the database table INDX:
Code:
TABLES INDX.
TYPES: BEGIN OF ITAB3_TYPE,
          CONT(4),
       END OF ITAB3_TYPE.

DATA: INDXKEY LIKE INDX-SRTFD VALUE 'KEYVALUE',
      F1(4), F2 TYPE P,
      ITAB3 TYPE STANDARD TABLE OF ITAB3_TYPE WITH NON-UNIQUE
                 DEFAULT KEY INITIAL SIZE 2,
      WA_INDX TYPE INDX.
* Fill the data fields before CLUSTR
* before the actual export
INDX-AEDAT = SY-DATUM.
INDX-USERA = SY-UNAME.
* Export der Daten.
EXPORT F1    FROM F1
       F2    FROM F2
       ITAB3 FROM ITAB3
       TO DATABASE INDX(ST)  FROM WA_INDX ID INDXKEY.

Importing two fields and an internal table:
Code:
TYPES: BEGIN OF TAB3_TYPE,
          CONT(4),
       END OF TAB3_TYPE.
DATA: INDXKEY LIKE INDX-SRTFD,
      F1(4), F2 TYPE P,
      TAB3 TYPE STANDARD TABLE OF TAB3_TYPE WITH
                NON-UNIQUE DEFAULT KEY,
      WA_INDX TYPE INDX.

INDXKEY = 'INDXKEY'.
IMPORT F1   = F1
       F2   = F2
       TAB3 = TAB3 FROM DATABASE INDX(ST) ID INDXKEY
       TO WA_INDX.


Прикладные таблицы
Связь между таблицами
SAP Tables
SAP PM Tables 4.7

Таблица Назначение Ключ Наим.ключа
Общие
BKPF Заголовок документа для бухгалтерии BELNR Номер бухгалтерского документа
BSEG Сегмент документа: бухгалтерия BELNR
EKKO Заголовок документа закупки EBELN Номер документа закупки
EKPO Позиция документа закупки EBELN
MKPF Заголовок документа материала MBLNR Номер документа материала
MSEG Сегмент документа: материал MBLNR
RBKP Входящий счет: заголовок документа BELNR Номер документа счета-фактуры
RSEG Входящий счет: позиция документа BELNR
SKA1 Основные записи основных счетов (план счетов)
T030 Табл. фиксированных счетов
VBFA Поток документов сбыта
KNA1 Основные записи клиентов
LFA1 Основные записи поставщиков

Фактура
VBUK Документ сбыта: Статус заголовка и данные управления VBELN Номер документа сбыта
VBRK Фактура: данные заголовка
VBRP Фактура: данные позиции
VBPA Торговый документ: партнер
SADR Адрес
VBFA Поток документов сбыта
KONV Условия
NAST Выходные документы
STXH Тексты: заголовок
STXL Тексты: линии

Поставка
LIKP Документ сбыта: поставка: данные заголовка VBELN Поставка
LIPS Документ сбыта: поставка: данные позиции VBELN
VEKP Ед-ца отгрузки: данные заголовка
VEPO Ед-ца отгрузки: данные позиции
EIKP Экспорт/импорт: заголовок
EIPO Экспорт/импорт:позиция
VBEP Торговый документ: даты поставки партий

Материал
MARA Общие данные материала MATNR Номер материала
MAKT Краткие тексты
MARM Коэф-ты пересчета
MVKE Данные по продаже (для СбОрг, Ксб)
MLAN Данные по продаже (для страны)
MARC Данные о заводе
MBEW Оценка материала MATNR Номер материала
MLGN Данные о складе СУС
MLGT Данные о типе склада СУС
MVER Данные о расходе материала
MAPR Указ - ль прогнозируемых данных
MARD Данные склада к материалу MATNR Номер материала
MCHA Партии
MCHB Запасы партий
RESB Резервирование/ВторичнПотребн RSNUM Номер резервирования/ вторичной потребности

Транспортировка
LIKP Документ сбыта: поставка: данные заголовка VBELN Поставка
LIPS Документ сбыта: поставка: данные позиции VBELN
VTTK Заголовок транспортировки
VTTP Позиция транспортировки
VTTS Фрагмент транспортировки
VEKP Заголовок элемента отгрузки
VEPO Позиция элемента отгрузки
VTSP Присвоение позиции/фрагмента
VTPA Партнер транспортировки
VTFA Поток документов транспортировки

Торговый документ
VBUK Документ сбыта: Статус заголовка и данные управления VBELN Номер документа сбыта
VBAK Заголовок торгового документа
VBKD ТД: коммерческие данные
VBUP Статус позиции
VBAP Торговый документ: данные позиции
VBEP Торговый документ: даты поставки партий
VBPA ТД: партнер
VBUV Журнал неполноты данных
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