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Application Component ID
BC-CTS-ORG 
Package
SCTS_CAT
Object type
Data Element
Object name
TROBJTYPE
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Home page > ABAP Object > Data Element > TROBJTYPE
SAP ABAP Data Element TROBJTYPE (Object Type)

Hierarchy

SAP_BASIS (Software Component) SAP Basis Component
   BC-CTS-ORG (Application Component) Transport Organizer
     SCTS_CAT (Package) CTS: Object Directory & Packages

Basic data

TROBJTYPE
Object Type  

Data Type

D   Domain
    No Information
OBJECT    
CHAR   Character String 
4    
0    
4    
     

Further Characteristics

SCTSOBJECT    
OBJECT   
  
   
   
   
   
   

Field Label

  Length  Field Label  
10 Obj. Type 
15 Object Type 
20 Object Type 
Obj. 

Documentation

Definition

An object is uniquely identified by its program ID (PGMID), object type and object name.

The SAP System differentiates between complete objects and their component subobjects.

  • Complete objects usually have an object directory entry, and can include subobjects that can be transported separately. Complete objects are indicated by the PGMID R3TR.
  • Subobjects do not have their own object directory entry. Subobjects have the PGMID LIMU.

Example

The complete object R3TR PROG includes the following subobjects, among others:

  • LIMU REPS
  • LIMU REPT
  • LIMU DYNP

Use the F4 Help to display examples of types of complete objects and subobjects.

History

SAP  20010130