⤷ BC-DWB-DIC-AC (Application Component) Activation Program, Conversion Program, DB Utility, MC, SPDD
⤷ SDIC (Package) ABAP Dictionary
|Short Description||Table Name|
|Category of Dictionary Type||D||Domain|
|Type of Object Referenced||No Information|
|Domain / Name of Reference Type||AS4TAB|
|Data Type||CHAR||Character String|
|Search Help: Name|
|Search Help: Parameters|
|Default Component name||TABNAME|
|No Input History|
|Basic direction is set to LTR|
|No BIDI Filtering|
Supplementary Documentation - TABNAME 0000
The generation of the result can depend on certain field restrictions resulting from the old and/or new value of a database field.
If you maintain a field restriction yourself, enter the table containing a field which is to influence the generation of the result here.
Supplementary Documentation - TABNAME 0001
You can enter here the names of tables that you wish to note for later use with this entity type or the associated view.
An entry could be made, for example, if not all requirements for creation of a view have been met.
Enter here the name or names of tables you wish to note for later use and save your entries.
Supplementary Documentation - TABNAME1 1000
Here, you should enter the name of the FI-SL table to be installed.
Supplementary Documentation - TABNAME1 2000
Here you must enter a reference summary table. The reference summary table should be structured so that it contains all dimensions and field groups of the target table (new table), if possible. This is important since control information is copied from the reference table for the target table. If the control information does not exist in the reference table, you must maintain it afterwards in the configuration menu.
The line item and plan line item tables assigned to the reference summary table are also included as a reference for the line item and plan line item tables to be installed during the copy transaction.
You can use the SAP standard tables GLT1 (local table) and GLT2 (global table) as a reference for the first new installation. If user-defined tables (local or global) have already been installed, you can also use these as a reference. the reference table. If customer-defined tables (local or global) are already installed, you can use these as a reference.
|Last changed by/on||SAP||20010130|
|SAP Release Created in|