Determines which SAP tables will be displayed as views if any.
Possible ValuesTransparentApplication, TransparentCustomer, TransparentSystem, Pooled, Cluster, All, None
There are many tables in SAP that could potentially be displayed. The TableMode property enables you to specify which tables are important to you. The list of tables is retrieved from the DD02L system table, with each mode acting as a different filter on a set of transparent tables. Transparent tables contain your business and application data.
|TransparentApplication||TABCLASS = 'TRANSP' AND CONTFLAG = 'A'||Master and transaction data.|
|TransparentCustomer||TABCLASS = 'TRANSP' AND ( CONTFLAG = 'C' OR CONTFLAG = 'G' )||Data maintained by the customer only|
|TransparentSystem||TABCLASS = 'TRANSP' AND ( CONTFLAG = 'E' OR CONTFLAG = 'S' OR CONTFLAG = 'W' )||Customer namespaces, program status changes, development environment tables, etc.|
|Pooled||TABCLASS = 'POOL'||All pooled tables.|
|Cluster||TABCLASS = 'CLUSTER'||All cluster tables such as BSEG and KONV.|
|All||All tables regardless of type. Warning: This will cause a massive amount of tables to be retrieved and may result in a noticable delay in table listing.|
|None||No filter. No SAP tables are displayed. This may be useful if you intend to use schema files instead or SAP queries.|
Alternatively you can specify your own filter if the tables you want to work with are not available in these examples.