What are  the tables and fields  in fico & sd module

what are  the tables and fields  in fico & sd module

Hi,
<b> Sales and Distribution:</b>
Customers KNA1 General Data
KNB1 Customer Master – Co. Code Data (payment method, reconciliation acct)
KNB4 Customer Payment History
KNB5 Customer Master – Dunning info
KNBK Customer Master Bank Data
KNKA Customer Master Credit Mgmt.
KNKK Customer Master Credit Control Area Data (credit limits)
KNVV Sales Area Data (terms, order probability)
KNVI Customer Master Tax Indicator
KNVP Partner Function key
KNVD Output type
KNVS Customer Master Ship Data
KLPA Customer/Vendor Link
Sales Documents VBAKUK VBAK + VBUK
VBUK Header Status and Administrative Data
VBAK Sales Document – Header Data
VBKD Sales Document – Business Data
VBUP Item Status VBAP Sales Document – Item Data
VBPA Partners
VBFA Document Flow
VBEP Sales Document Schedule Line
VBBE Sales Requirements: Individual Records
SD Delivery DocumeLIPS Delivery Document item data, includes referencing PO
LIKP Delivery Document Header data
Billing Document VBRK Billing Document Header
VBRP Billing Document Item
SD Shipping Unit VEKP Shipping Unit Item (Content)
VEPO Shipping Unit Header
<b>Financial Accounting</b>
FBAS             Financial Accounting “Basis”
BKPF             Accounting Document Header              BUKRS / BELNR / GJAHR
BSEG             Accounting Document Segment             BUKRS / BELNR / GJAHR / BUZEI
BSIP             Index for Vendor Validation of Double   BUKRS / LIFNR / WAERS / BLDAT /
                 Documents                               XBLNR / WRBTR / BELNR / GJAHR / BUZEI
BVOR             Inter Company Posting Procedure         BVORG / BUKRS / GJAHR / BELNR
EBKPF            Accounting Document Header (docs from   GLSBK / BELNR / GJHAR / GLEBK
                 External Systems)
FRUN             Run Date of a Program                   PRGID
KLPA             Customer / Vendor Linking               NKULI / NBUKR / NKOAR / PNTYP
                                                         / VKULI / VBUKR / VKOAR
KNB4             Customer Payment History                KUNNR / BUKRS
KNB5             Customer Master Dunning Data            KUNNR / BUKRS / MABER
KNBK             Customer Master Bank Details            KUNNR / BANKS / BANKL / BANKN
KNC1             Customer Master Transaction Figures     KUNNR / BUKRS / GJHAR
KNC3             Customer Master Special GL Transactions KUNNR / BUKRS / GJAHR / SHBKZ
                 Figures
LFB5             Vendor Master Dunning Data              LIFNR / BUKRS / MABER
LFBK             Vendor Master Bank Details              LIFNR / BANKS / BANKL / BANKN
LFC1             Vendor Master Transaction Figures       LIFNR / BUKRS / GJHAR
LFC3             Vendor Master Special GL Transactions   LIFNR / BUKRS / GJHAR / SHBKZ
                 Figures
VBKPF            Document Header for Document Parking    AUSBK / BUKRS / BELNR / GJHAR
FBASCORE         Financial Accounting General Services “Basis”
KNB1             Customer Master (Company Code)          KUNNR / BUKRS
LFA1             Vendor Master (General Section)         LIFNR
LFB1             Vendor Master (company Code Section)    LIFNR / BUKRS
SKA1             G/L Account Master (Chart of Accounts)  KTOPL / SAKNR
SKAT             G/L Account Master (Chart of Accounts – SPRAS / KTOPL / SAKNR
                 Description)
MAHNS            Accounts Blocked by Dunning Selection   KOART / BUKRS / KONKO / MABER
MHNK             Dunning Data (Account Entries)          LAUFD / LAUFI / KOART / BUKRS /
                                                         KUNNR / LIFNR / CPDKY / SKNRZE /
                                                         SMABER / SMAHSK / BUSAB
FI-GL-GL (FBS)   General Ledger Accounting: Basic Functions- G/L Accounts
SKAS             G/L Account Master (Chart of Accounts – SPRAS / KTOPL / SAKNR / SCHLW
                 Key Word list)
SKB1             G/L Account Master (Company Code)       BUKRS / SAKNR
FI-GL-GL (FBSC)  General Ledger Accounting: Basic
                 Functions - R/3 Customizing for G/L Accounts
FIGLREP          Settings for G/L Posting Reports        MANDT
TSAKR            Create G/L account with reference       BUKRS / SAKNR
FI-GL-GL (FFE)   General Ledger Accounting: Basic
                 Functions - Fast Data Entry
KOMU             Account Assignment Templates for G/L    KMNAM / KMZEI
                 Account items
FI-AR-AR (FBD)   Accounts Receivable: Basic Functions - Customers
KNKA             Customer Master Credit Management :     KUNNR
                 Central Data
KNKK             Customer Master Credit Management :     KUNNR / KKBER
                 Control Area Data
KNKKF1           Credit Management : FI Status data      LOGSYS / KUNNR / KKBER / REGUL
RFRR             Accounting Data – A/R and A/P           RELID / SRTFD / SRTF2
                 Information System
FI-BL-PT         Bank Accounting: Payment (BFIBL_CHECK_D)  Transactions – General Sections
PAYR             Payment Medium File                     ZBUKR / HBKID / HKTID / RZAWE /
                                                         CHECT
PCEC             Pre-numbered Check                      ZBUKR / HBKID / HKTID / STAPL
FI-BL-PT-AP(FMZA)Bank Accounting: Payment Transactions – Automatic Payments
F111G            Global Settings for Payment Program for MANDT
                 Payment Requests
FDZA             Cash Management Line Items in Payment   KEYNO
                 Requests
PAYRQ            Payment Requests                        KEYNO
Hope this solves your concern...
Regards,
Habeeb
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