Tomato style is the pathway for pollen germination and pollen tubes growth from the stigma to the ovules where fertilization occurs. It is essential to supplying the nutrients for pollen tube growth and guidance for the pollen tubes. To our knowledge, style also regulates gametophytic self-incompatibility (SI) in tomato species. This study identified the metabolites and monitored the metabolic changes of self-incompatible and self-compatible tomato with self-pollinated or unpollinated styles by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS). A total of 9 classes of compounds were identified in SI and self-compatibility (SC) self-pollinated and unpollinated styles which included amino acids, sugars, fatty acids/lipids, amines, organic acids, alcohols, nitriles, inorganic acids and other compounds. The contents of d-Mannose-6-phosphate, Cellobiose, Myristic acid, 2,4-Diaminobutyric acid, Inositol and Urea were significantly decreased and the rest did not significantly change in SI styles. But change of metabolites content significantly happened in SC styles. In addition, among the total 9 classes of compounds, the different metabolites accounted for a different proportion in amino acids, sugars, amines, organic acids and alcohols compared SC and SI. The result indicated that the physiological changes of styles existed differences in SC and SI after self pollination.