You can check the defined record size of a database table in transaction code SE11 in UTILITIES-->RUNTIME. The...
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actual size used in the database is difficult to determine, since it depends on the degree of compression imposed on the data record. The size of the database table can be analyzed with DB02. In your case you need to check tables EDID4 and EDIDC and EDIDS.
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