Archive for July, 2013

ABAP – Reading internal table in reverse

Internal table can be read in reverse order by t=using the following code   DESCRIBE TABLE itab LINES no_lines. DO no_lines times.   READ TABLE itab INDEX no_lines.   WRITE: /001 itab-f1.   no_lines = no_lines - 1. ENDDO. Here no_lines contains the number of entries in that internal table itab.

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SAP ABAP – Creation of PARAMETER ID

The GET/SET parameter can be created through the below methods: Go to SM30 and enter TPARA table name. Click maintain button Enter the object name and click enter. Give package name and transport Your object will be created and it will be available under your package.   more about parameter id

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SAP ABAP SET PARAMETER

Syntax: SET PARAMETER ID pid FIELD <f> . This statement saves the contents of field under the ID in the SAP memory. The code can be up to 20 characters long. If there was already a value stored under , this statement overwrites it. If the ID does not exist, double-click in ...

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SAP ABAP GET PARAMETER

Syntax: GET PARAMETER ID pid FIELD <f>. This will set the  content of the object value <f> to the parameter id pid. pid must be a flat character-type field that contains no more than 20 characters and does not consist solely of blanks; it is also case-sensitive. dobj must be a flat and (as of Release 6.10) character-type field ...

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SAP ABAP – PARAMETER ID

Parameter Id is the one which holds the memory for the particular field. when we need to pass the field from one screen to another use the parameter Id.   The SAP Memory is a user-specific memory area of the application server, which is accessed by all main sessions of a user ...

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Objects that are commonly used in ABAP

Below are the objects that are commonly used in SAP ABAP. 1. FUNC                                     - Function Module 2. REPO                                 ...

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