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SAP : Tcode ABAP Yang Sering di Pakai

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Berikut ini catatan saya mengenai tcode yang sering di gunakan seorang SAP ABAPer dan bisa jadi referensi atau catatan saya bila saya lupa tcodenya, saya tinggal browser ke blog saya saja,tinggal buka browser kemudian ketikkan alamat http://ceppek.com atau https://ceppek.wordpress.com dan search dah dengan kata kunci ABAP.. jreng ketemu dah tcodenya… gak perlu cari-cari atau pusing-pusing tanya sama mbah google lagi Smile with tongue out

SAP ABAPer itu gampanganya tukang coding di SAP, bisa berupa report, custome program bawaan SAP atau hal yang lainnya.. tukang sapu juga bisa.. sapu ruang server maksudnya.. hahahhaa

SEARCH_SAP_MENU = Find menu path for transaction code
SA38          = Execute SAP ABAP program
SE01         = Transport Organizer (extended view)
SE03         = Transport Organizer Tools (change package/dev class etc..)
SE09         = Workbench organiser
SE11         = ABAP Dictionary
SE14         = Database utility: Adjust after change to definition, delete….
SE16         = Data browser, view/add table data
SE18         = Business Add-ins(BADI’s): Definition transaction
SE19         = Business Add-ins(BADI’s): Implementation transaction
SE24         = Class builder
SE38         = Program Editor
SE39         = Split screen editor
SE41         = Menu Painter
SE51        = Screen Painter
SE61        = Document maintenance
SE71         = Form painter (SAPscript)
SE75         = SAPScript settings including Text objetcs and IDs
SE80         = Object Navigator ( SAP Development workbench, most development functionality is available from this transaction )
SE81         = Application Hierarchy (leads to SE84 for desired area)
SE84        = Repository info system
SE91         = Message Maintenance
SE93         = Maintain Transaction code
SLIN        = ABAP program extended syntax check (full check of programs syntax)
SM04         = User overview
SM12         = Lock entries
SM13         = Update Requests
SM21         = Online system log analysis
SM30         = Maintain table views
SM31         = Table maintenance
SM35         = Batch input i.e. Recording
SM36         = Create background job
SM37         = Background job monitor, Select background jobs
SM49        = External Commands
SM50         = Process overview (within current server)
SM51         = Server overview
SM59         = Display and Maintain RFC destination
SM64         = Display/maintain Events
SM66         = Process(session) overview across all servers
SM69        = External commands(Maintain)
SMW0         = SAP WEB Repository(binary data) – add/ mod images(used to put in screen containers)
SMX         = View background jobs
SNOTE         = SAP note assistant (if installed). Installs OSS notes for you, usually removes the need for manual code changes
SNRO         = Maintain number ranges (use FM ‘NUMBER_GET_NEXT’ to retrieve next number in range.)
SO10         = Standard text editor
SP01         = Spool list
SP02         = Display your Own spool list
SPAD         = SAP Spool Administrator
SPAM         = Support package manager
SPAU         = Modification adjustment
SPRO         = SAP System Customizing, IMG
SQ01         = Sap Query development
ST02         = Database Tune Summary
ST04         = DB Performance Monitor
ST05        = Trace Database
STMS         = Transport Management system
ST22         = ABAP runtime analysis ( ABAP Dump Analysis )
SU01         = User Maintenance
SU53         = Retrieve authorisation data for object, execute after error message is displayed(/nsu53)
SUIM         = User info system (New user, Roles, Authorisations, User tcodes etc..)
SWO1         = Business objects builder (change)
SWO2         = Business objects browser (display)
SXDA         = SAP Data transfer workbench
VOK2         = Output determination by functional area / output type (Output programs)
WEDI         = IDoc and EDI Basis
SHD0         = Create Transaction Variant. Enter name of transaction plus name of new/existing variant.
SHDB        = Batch input recorder
AL11         = SAP directorie structure
BAPI         = BAPI Explorer, view all sap BAPI’s
BRF         = Business rule framework transaction
BRFAPL01     = Define new application class. Once defined use tcode BRF to create application class.
BRFIMC01     = Create implementing class. Use program BRF_COPY_IMPL_CLASSES to copy standard implementing classes to your new application class
BUSP         = Project management of SAP enhancements
FILE         = Maintain Logical file path definitions
GRANT_CUSTOMIZE = Customize Grant management screens via SAP’s BDT(business data toolset) – Must have permission from SAP to use this method of modification
I18N        = Internationalization in SAP
OAOR        = Business document navigator (edit ENJOYSAP_LOGO etc for ALV Tree)
OLE         = Examples for OLE Processing
PFTC         = Workflow task maintain

lain kali akan saya coba kasih contoh cara make tcode tersebut yah Smile with tongue out

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