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 Hi Everyone, this article lists some of the very important SAP Basis Tcodes which are useful on day to day basis for SAP basis administration.

SM63                     Display/Maintain Operation Modes
SM64                     Used to trigger an event
SM66                     Global work process overview
SM69                     Maintain external operating system commands
SMLG                    Used for Logon group maintainance
SMLI                      Used for Language Import
SMLT                     Used for Language Administration
SP01                      Spool control. Used to view spool related details
SP02                      Used to display output request details
SP11                      Temse table of contents
SP12                      TemSe Administration
SPAD                     Spool Administration and Printer Configuration
SPAM                    SAP Support Pack Manager
                            ( Used for performing SAP support pack upgrade)
SPAU                     Display modified objects in the runtime environment
                            This tcode is used during SAP support pack upgrade
SPDD                     Displays modified DDIC objects
                                This tcode is used during SAP support pack upgrade
SPRO                     Customizing : Initial Screen
ST01                       SAP system trace
ST02                       Used to view all the SAP R/3 buffer statistics
ST03                       Used to perfrom workload analysis
ST04                       Used to view various statistics of RDBMS activities
ST05                       Used to take SQL Trace
ST06                       Operating system Monitor
ST07                       Application Monitor
ST10                       Table call Statistics
ST11                       Display developer traces
ST22                       ABAP runtime error analysis. Analysis of dumps
STMS                     Transport Management System
STUN                     R/3 Performance Menu
SU01                      User Maintenance
SU01D                   User Display
SU10                      Mass changes to User masters. Mass user maintenance
Hi Everyone, this article lists some of the very important SAP Basis Tcodes which are useful on day to day basis for SAP basis administration.
SE01                       Transport Organizer
SE03                       Workbench Organizer Tools
SE06                       Set up workbench organizer
SE07                       Display status of transport system
SE09                       Workbench Organizer
SE10                       Customizing Organizer. 
                                This is used to view transport requests based on type, user etc
SE16                       Display table contents
SICK                       SAP Initial installation consistency check
SM01                     Used to lock transactions
SM02                     To post system messages in case of planned or scheduled
                               downtime of SAP systems
SM04                     Local user list
                               (It means it lists users belonging to only that instance you have selected)
SM12                     Used to display and delete SAP locks
SM13                     Used to display update records
SM21                     System log. It contains very important system messages
                                 and will be useful for troubleshooting most of the issues
SM28                     SAP Initial installation consistency check (Same as SICK tcode)
SM30                     Call view maintenance
SM31                     Table maintenance
SM35                     Batch Input Monitoring
SM36                     Schedule Background Jobs
SM37                     Overview of background jobs
SM50                     Overview of work processes
SM51                     Overview of Instances
SM56                     Number range buffers
SM58                     Asynchronous RFC error log
SM59                     RFC connections maintenance like creation, modification etc
Hi Everyone, this article lists some of the very important SAP Basis Tcodes which are useful on day to day basis for SAP basis administration.
AL08                   Global User overview
                            (Lists all the users of all the instances of the SAP system )
AL11                   Display CCMS operating system files
AL12                    Buffer synchronization
DB02                   Missing database objects and space requirements
DB13                   Scheduling 
                             (Used for scheduling various standard jobs like checkdb, backups etc)
FILE                     This tcode is related to archiving.
                            This is used to map assignment between logical and  physical names
OSS1                   SAP service marketplace logon
PFCG                  Used for Role maintenance
RZ01                  Graphical background job scheduling monitor
RZ03                  This is control panel for operation modes and server states.
                           Operation mode can be chosen using this Tcode
RZ04                  Used for maintenance of operation modes and instances
RZ10                   Used for profile maintenance and changing SAP parameter values
RZ20                   Alert Monitor
RZ21                   Alert monitor customizing
SA38                   To execute an ABAP program
SALE                   IMG Application Link Enabling
SCC1                  Copy client via transport request
SCC3                  Client copy Log
SCC4                 Client Administration
SCC5                 Delete Client
SCC6                Client  Import
SCC7                Client Import post processing
SCC8                Client Export
SCC9                Remote Client copy
SCCL                Local Client copy

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