A useful list of SAP commands

 A handy little list of SAP commands for every Basis Consultant's cookbook.

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 Command Description /nxxxx - Terminates current transaction and starts transaction "xxxx" /n - Terminates current transaction /nend Terminates all separate sessions and logs off /nex - Terminates all separate sessions and logs off immediately /oxxxx - Opens a new sessions and starts transaction "xxxx" inn new session /o - Lists existing sessions and allows deletion or opening of a new session /h - Switches into debugging mode /hs - Switches into debugging mode and activates the debugging of system functions /$SYNC - Buffer Command: Resets all buffers in the system /$CUA - Buffer Command: Resets the CUA buffer of the application server /$TAB - Buffer Command: Resets the table buffer of the application server /$NAM - Buffer Command: Resets the nametab buffer of the application server /$DYNP - Buffer Command: Resets the screen buffer if the application server /bdel - Deletes the current batch input transaction /bend - Terminates batch unput processing and sets the sessions to "Failed" Some Additional Commands: %sc - FIND if find is not an option in an SAP screen %pc - SAVE it to a file on your pc %pri/%prin - Will print the current screen %bc1 - Takes you back one screen (Green Arrow) %bc2 - Cancel (Red X) %bck - Yellow Arrow

This was first published in March 2002

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