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Few tips to Understand the T-Codes Of SAP

Updated on April 28, 2013
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SAP stands for Systems, Applications & Products in Data Processing. SAP is the world’s largest business software company. It operates in 4 geographic regions: EMEA (Europe, Middle East, & Africa), America (US & Canada), LAC (Latin America & Caribbean) & APJ (Asia Pacific & Japan).

SAP is nowadays the widely used accounting software in the corporate. SAP is basically an Enterprise’s Resource Planning software, an integrated software solution that incorporates the key business functions of the organization.

To post any transaction in SAP, you must know the transaction codes (T-codes). T-codes in SAP are very difficult to remember & understand. In SAP, there are T-codes which are:

  • Universally same for every entity using SAP (E.g. FB02)
  • Customized for particular entity according to their needs & convenience.

We will talk about the T-codes which are universally same for every entity using SAP.

  1. T-Codes begins with a particular Alphabets describes what:

Begins with
Nature
F
FINANCIAL
M
MATERIALS MANAGEMENT
V
SALES AND DISTRIBUTION
FK
FINANCIAL VENDOR MASTER
MK
MATERIAL VENDOR MASTER
XK
CENTRAL VENDOR MASTER
XD
CENTRAL CUSTOMER MASTER
MB
GOODS RECEIPT-INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
MR
MM INVOICE VERIFICATION
ME
PURCHASING
ME1
PURCHASE REQUISITION
ME2
PURCHASE ORDER
MM
MATERIAL MASTER
VA
SALES ORDERS
VF
BILLING
FS
LEDGER ACCOUNTS
FB
SHARED FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS (SHARED BETWEEN A/P A/R/ ASSETS G/L

2. T-Codes containing a some digit, describes what:

Digit
Nature
1 or 01
Create
2 or 02
Amend/Change
3 or 03
View/ Display
Digit
Nature
MM01
Create Material
MM02
Change Material
MM03
Display Material

Note: Whenever there is “N” in any T-Code then its for new version/Window Layout.


These were a few basic tips on how to interpret the SAP T-codes.

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