Are you sure that you’re testing the right SAP ERP transaction codes? Are you confident that you’re keeping on top of sap t-codes common practices and not overlooking important transactions that you should be testing?
If you can’t confidently answer yes to all of the above, keep reading! We’ve put together the ultimate SAP t-codes list of the most used for correct test management, compiled after analyzing the usage statistics of more than 600 different companies and over 2,500 different SAP landscapes.
This is a list of 40 of the most used SAP t-codes in SAP ECC.
Take a look and make sure you’re not missing out on anything.
|#||Transaction Code||Transaction Description||Application Component||Application Description|
|1||FBL1N||Vendor Line Items||FI-GL-IS||Information System|
|2||ME21N||Create Purchase Order||MM-PUR||Purchasing|
|3||ME23N||Display Purchase Order||MM-PUR||Purchasing|
|4||FBL5N||Customer Line Items||FI-GL-IS||Information System|
|5||VA02||Change Sales Order||SD-SLS||Sales|
|6||FBL3N||G/L Account Line Items||FI-GL-IS||Information System|
|7||VA01||Create Sales Order||SD-SLS||Sales|
|8||F110||Parameters for Automatic Payment||FI||Financial Accounting|
|9||FS10N||Balance Display||FI||Financial Accounting|
|10||FB01||Post Document||FI||Financial Accounting|
|11||KSB1||Cost Centers: Actual Line Items||CO||Controlling|
|12||MIRO||Enter Invoice||MM-IV||Invoice Verification|
|13||FB1S||Clear G/L Account||FI-GL||General Ledger Accounting|
|14||ME22N||Change Purchase Order||MM-PUR||Purchasing|
|15||MB51||Material Doc. List||MM-IM||Inventory Management|
|16||ME2L||Purchase Orders by Vendor||MM-PUR||Purchasing|
|17||MD04||Display Stock/Requirements Situation||PP-MRP-BD||Master Data|
|18||VA03||Display Sales Order||SD-SLS||Sales|
|19||MM03||Display Material &||LO-MD-MM||Material Master|
|20||FB05||Post with Clearing||FI||Financial Accounting|
|21||VF01||Create Billing Document||SD-BIL||Billing|
|22||MMBE||Stock Overview||LO-MD-MM||Material Master|
|23||F-03||Clear G/L Account||FI||Financial Accounting|
|24||MM02||Change Material &||LO-MD-MM||Material Master|
|25||MIGO||Goods movement||MM-IM||Inventory Management|
|26||FB60||Enter Incoming Invoices||FI-GL-GL||Basic Functions|
|27||MM01||Create Material &||LO-MD-MM||Material Master|
|28||AW01N||Asset Explorer||FI-AA-AA||Basic Functions|
|29||XD02||Change Customer (Centrally)||FI-AR-AR||Basic Functions|
|30||VF02||Change Billing Document||SD-BIL||Billing|
|31||VF03||Display Billing Document||SD-BIL||Billing|
|32||XK03||Display vendor (centrally)||FI-AP-AP||Basic Functions|
|33||F-44||Clear Vendor||FI||Financial Accounting|
|34||XK02||Change vendor (centrally)||FI-AP-AP||Basic Functions|
|35||FB02||Change Document||FI||Financial Accounting|
|36||FK03||Display Vendor (Accounting)||FI||Financial Accounting|
|37||MIR4||Call MIRO – Change Status||MM-IV||Invoice Verification|
|38||F-02||Enter G/L Account Posting||FI||Financial Accounting|
|39||FBZ0||Display/Edit Payment Proposal||FI||Financial Accounting|
|40||MB52||List of Warehouse Stocks on Hand||MM-IM||Inventory Management|
Have you ever wondered how the t-codes in SAP get their designations? They usually start with two letters (though not always) derived from German, followed by numbers.
What the numbers behind the letters in an SAP code list generally mean:
What the SAP T-code letters are telling us:
Frequently Asked Questions
Transaction code in SAP is the entry point to enter and use a screen flow which is eventually a part of a business process. A transaction is usually one piece representing one activity in a business process and can be used for creating new records, modifying, viewing, reporting, and more.
The technical entity behind a transaction is usually a SAP program that runs the transaction’s actual code. The code is generally written in ABAP (SAP proprietary programming language).
In order to provide comprehensive support in SOD (Segregation Of Duties), SAP allows extensive roles and authorizations administration to control data access and use of transaction codes. There are multiple solutions to tie authorizations check for a particular transaction(s), usually combined via authorizations role, which represents a role in the organization (for example – buyer, finance controller, salesperson, etc.).