A table can be created in two ways, one is top to bottom approach and another one is bottom to top approach.
1. Top to Bottom: In this approach, first table fields are defined and later domain and data element are defined.
2. Bottom to Top: In this approach, first domain and data element are defined and later table will be created.
In this example we are going to learn creating an SAP transparent table using a top to bottom approach (I suggest a
Go to SE11 T-code, provide table name to be created ZSTUDENT_TABLE and create.
Provide short description, delivery class (A), Display Maintenance Allowed and select
Select Fields tab, add a field STUDENT_NO, data element as ZSTUDENT_NO and check Key and Initial Value check boxes.A table must contain at least one key field, without a key
Double click on data element ZSTUDENT_NO (Not yet created), a pop up will open, click yes and one more information message will come press enter.
Now a pop up will come asking to create date element, click yes.
Provide short description, domain and label
Save, double click on domain name ZSTUDENT_NO, click on yes.
Provide short description, data type, no. Characters, save and activate.
Similarly create remaining fields with data elements and domains as below
Once all fields are created click on 'Technical Settings' button.
Provide data class and size category, save and activate.
You will get a warning message just click on No,
Now add entries to