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D010S table

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HI Folks,

could someone let me know please where is D010S table ?

or which table replace it ?

regards ,

Herzel .


Active Contributor
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try D010SINF


Suresh Datti

Former Member
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Hello Herzel,

The table D010S exists only in the Database. You will not be able to see it in the ABAP dictionary. Follow these steps to verify it for yourself -

1. Go to Transaction SE14.

2. Enter the Object Name as D010S and hit "Enter".

3. You wil find that the Status is <b>Not active</b> and (ii) the table <b>Exists in the database</b>.

4. Use the menu option <i>Extras>Database Object>Display</i>. you will find the definition of that table as it exists in the database.

These kind of special tables can only be accessed using Native SQL. Open SQL will obviously not work, since the table is unknown in the Dictionary.

There's a chance that you might run into a few problems if you use Native SQL (e.g.,the program may not work on other databases etc.,) so please be careful.


Anand Mandalika.

Active Contributor
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Hi Herzel,

D010* and REPOSRC (depending of SAP release) are accessed through view TRDIR. This is compatible cross releases.

For code itself, in 4.6 it is even stored in database in compiled form. So you can't read it even with a SQL statement (once it has been activated).

Perhaps you can use this FM to browse <b>SCWB_GET_ABAP_CODE_OF_OBJECT</b>.

Hope this will help.


Ferry Lianto