Justin Valley reviews the core SAP principle of transaction code navigation.
- [Instructor] To do anything in SAP,…you need to go into a transaction.…Transactions can be entered using the SAP menu tree…or using transaction codes, often referred to as T codes.…A T code consists of letters, numbers, and punctuation.…Every function in SAP has a T code associated with it.…Navigating using T codes is generally much faster…than using the SAP menu tree.…Users almost always prefer that method.…Most users also end up memorizing codes,…but if you forget, a quick web search can help you out.…
To navigate using a T code, we'll start…on the SAP Easy Access screen.…Click in the command field,…which is at the top of every screen in SAP.…I want to enter into the post incoming payments…for accounts receivable transaction.…The T code for this is F-28.…We entered that into our command bar.…This is not case sensitive.…Press Enter to enter it into the transaction.…We have now entered into the post incoming payments…transaction using the T code.…If you forget what transaction code you're in,…the easiest way to see that is to go…
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- Exploring the different SAP modules
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- Editing SAP report layouts
- Printing and exporting reports
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