Can you pls tellme the transaction code to see selective reports.
I know that SAP1 shows all the reports. However I am seeking for TCODE that can give us option to see our selected/desired report.
for example: I want to see report RHRLAT0.
I appreciate your time.
From your response i am getting that you want to find the T-CODE of the report?
Just go to SE80 transaction and then enter the program name and in the Repository Browser you will find many folders below your program name. Just expand the Transaction folder and see whether there are t-codes in that for the report.
If this is not you wanted please be little more elaborate about your question so that we can help you.
My query goes like this,
We use sm30 to see configuration tables, here we select our desired table to look into it. for example V_t588a.
we use SE38 to see our desired programs, for example RPCALCU0.
in the similar way, i want to look into report RHRLAT0 by simply typing it. instead of searching all the available reports in SAP1 I want to see the report by typing the respective reportname in the proper TCODE.
Edited by: joginder sambal on Dec 9, 2011 11:25 AM
I am not aware of anywhere from the welcome screen in SAP that you can enter the report name and have it execute. You can use the suggestion previously mentioned to display the technical names of the menu options, and these are the transaction codes, which in turn are associated with the execution of the report.
Of course executing from SE38 or SA38 is also possible, but discouraged in productive environments.
If you know the name of the report and do not know the transaction code, you can use the option mentioned previously referring to SE80.
The last means that I know of is to use either SE93 or using SM30 look at the table TSTC.
Either of these will give you the option of entering the report name and then upon execution you will be able to see if there is an assigned transaction code. This you can then use in the initial secret (in the transaction code field) or create a favorite by intreating the transaction code into the favorites directly.
Hope this helps.