Sometimes we are required to edit the value of the SAP table directly. In such a situation we can adopt different methods depending on the nature of the SAP Table. One of the approaches is the debugging mode.
Step1:- Use T.code [SE16]
And provide the table name, e.g. MARV, and Click on the OK button or press enter.
Step2:- Provide any information against which you want to edit the table, like company code for our case.
Click on Execute button.
Step3:- Select that row and click on the Display button.
Step4:- Activate debug mode for the table SAP table.
In the command bar type /h and click the OK button.
Now Debugging has been switched on and click the ok button.
Step4:- Double click CODE variable in debugging screen.
Now the pointer has stopped at the IF statement, On the red marked statement, Double click the “CODE” variable.
After double click the CODE variable, it appears in the variable.
Now click the Pencil button to change its value.
Value of CODE now editable.
Step5: Replace the value from SHOW to EDIT of “CODE” variable.
Now replace the value of CODE with “EDIT” then press the “F8” button or click on the Continue button.
Now we can see this table is now editable and in which we can change it and save it.
For this company code, we have modified the year and month and save it.
After saving for this company code Year and the month has been changed.
Note:- it is not advisable to adopt this approach directly without proper permission or approval of a Business or concern authority Team member. If you are doing it in the Production system, It should be done through FireFighter ID if it is applicable in your project.