In this activity (transaction SF01) you maintain the logical filenames for the current client . You must previously have created client-independent definitions for logical filenames that are to be maintained for a specific client.
The client-specific definition of a logical filename comprises the following values (like the client-independent definition):
Definitions of logical file paths, variables and syntax groups and assignments of operating systems to syntax groups always apply in all clients. Only logical filenames can be defined both across clients and for a specific client.
Create a client-specific definition in the clients where you do not want to use the client-independent definition of a logical filename. The client-independent definition applies in all other clients.
Use transaction FILE for
Client-independent maintenance of file names and paths.