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chap1102 txt Chapter 11 Using an alternative work area. chap1103 txt Chapter 11 Using internal tables as snapshots of database tables. chap1104 txt Chapter 11 Using where clauses, chap1105 txt Chapter 11 Reading single entries. chap1106 txt Chapter 11 Selecting single fields, chap1107 txt Chapter 11 Getting statistical information. chap1108 txt Chapter 11 Ordering query results, chap1109 txt Chapter 11 Using Select Options. chap1110 txt Chapter 11 Using a dynamic table name. chap1111 txt Chapter 11 Obtaining data with nested select loops. chap1112 txt Chapter 11 Using Internal Tables for Selection Criteria. chap1201 txt Chapter 12 A simple internal table, chap1202 txt Chapter 12 Internal tables with header lines. chap1203 txt Chapter 12 Filling an internal table from a database table. chap1204 txt Chapter 12 Appending single lines, chap1205 txt Chapter 12 Appending multiple lines.
chap1206 txt Chapter 12 Inserting lines at a specified position. chap1207 txt Chapter 12 Inserting lines at a specified position. chap1301 txt Chapter 13 Inserting single entries in a database table. chap1302 txt Chapter 13 Inserting multiple lines in a database table. chap1303 txt Chapter 13 Updating single entries in a database table. chap1304 txt Chapter 13 Updating multiple entries in a database table. chap1305 txt Chapter 13 Modifying single entries in a database table. chap1306 txt Chapter 13 Modifying multiple entries in a database table. chap1307 txt Chapter 13 Deleting single entries from a database table. chap1308 txt Chapter 13 Deleting multiple entries from a database table. chap1401 txt Chapter 14 Exporting to the ABAP 4 Memory. chap1402 txt Chapter 14 Importing from the ABAP 4 Memory. chap1501 txt Chapter 15 Using select statements, chap1502 txt Chapter 15 Using a Logical Database. chap1503 txt Chapter 15 Using the events start of selection and end of selection. chap1504 txt Chapter 15 Working with get events, chap1601 txt Chapter 16 Parameters on the selection screen. chap1602 txt Chapter 16 Working with Select Options. chap1603 txt Chapter 16 Selection screen events, chap1701 txt Chapter 17 Double clicking. chap1702 txt Chapter 17 Clicking on a hotspot area. chap1703 txt Chapter 17 Pop up Screens, chap1704 txt Chapter 17 Working with the hide command. chap1705 txt Chapter 17 Tabular lists, chap1801 txt Chapter 18 Sample report with selection criteria.
chap1802 txt Chapter 18 Running a report, chap1803 txt Chapter 18 Displaying the selection screen. chap1901 txt Chapters 19 22 Sample dialog program flight reservation. chap2301 txt Chapter 23 Dynamic sort command, chap2302 txt Chapter 23 Dynamic sort command with several sort criteria. chap2303 txt Chapter 23 Dynamic read table command. chap2304 txt Chapter 23 Dynamic subtotals, chap2305 txt Chapter 23 Dynamic Open SQL Commands table name. chap2306 txt Chapter 23 Dynamic Open SQL Commands table name. chap2307 txt Chapter 23 External perform caller, chap2308 txt Chapter 23 External perform called form. chap2309 txt Chapter 23 Dynamic external perform call back form. chap2310 txt Chapter 23 Dynamic external perform, chap2401 txt Chapter 24 Working with Field Symbols.
chap2402 txt Chapter 24 Using Field Symbols for variable parts of fields. chap2403 txt Chapter 24 Using Field Symbols for components of a structure. chap2501 txt Chapter 25 Working with temporary programs. chap2502 txt Chapter 25 Syntax errors in temporary programs. chap2503 txt Chapter 25 A real life example for using a temporary program. chap2504 txt Chapter 25 Generating a persistent program. chap2601 txt Chapter 26 Transferring data to a file. chap2602 txt Chapter 26 Reading data from a file, chap2603 txt Chapter 26 Transferring data to a file presentation server. chap2604 txt Chapter 26 Reading data from a file presentation server. chap2801 txt Chapter 28 Sample program for OLE Automation. Chapter 1 How to define types and data objects, REPORT CHAP0101. Elementary type character length 20, DATA CUSTOMER NAME 25 TYPE C. Non elementary type, TYPES T NAME 25 TYPE C, DATA NEW CUSTOMER NAME TYPE T NAME. Reference to a data object, DATA VENDOR NAME LIKE CUSTOMER NAME.
DATA BEGIN OF BOOKING, ID 4 TYPE C, FLIGHT DATE TYPE D. NAME LIKE CUSTOMER NAME, END OF BOOKING, Internal table. DATA BOOKING TABLE LIKE BOOKING OCCURS 100, Chapter 1 A Few Simple Examples. REPORT CHAP0102, Copying the content of one data object to another. DATA SOURCE 10 TYPE C, TARGET LIKE SOURCE, MOVE SOURCE TO TARGET.
Displaying the contents of fields, WRITE ABAP 4 is easy. WRITE This text is displayed on a new line, WRITE After the symbol text also appears on a new line. Standard control structures conditions and loops, IF SOURCE TARGET. WRITE Fields source and target have the same content. WRITE Fields source and target do not have the same content. DO 3 TIMES, WRITE SY INDEX, Local subroutine of a single program. DATA A1 TYPE I, PERFORM CALC USING A1, CHANGING A2.
FORM CALC USING F1 LIKE A1, CHANGING F2 LIKE A2, F2 F1 F2 17. Event for drill down facilities reacts when a user selects a line. AT LINE SELECTION, WRITE This is displayed after double clicking a line. Chapter 1 Working with database tables and internal tables. REPORT CHAP0103, Declaration of a work area for a Dictionary table. TABLES CUSTOMERS, Internal table used as snapshot of the database table. DATA ALL CUSTOMERS LIKE CUSTOMERS OCCURS 100, WITH HEADER LINE.
Reading the entries of the database table into an internal table. SELECT FROM CUSTOMERS INTO TABLE ALL CUSTOMERS, Displaying each line of an internal table. LOOP AT ALL CUSTOMERS, WRITE ALL CUSTOMERS NAME, Chapter 1 Designing a report. REPORT CHAP0104, Declaration of a work area for a Dictionary table. TABLES CUSTOMERS, Internal table used as snapshot of the database table. DATA ALL CUSTOMERS LIKE CUSTOMERS OCCURS 100, WITH HEADER LINE.
Definition of input fields on the report s selection screen. SELECT OPTIONS SNAME FOR CUSTOMERS NAME, Reading the entries of the database table into an internal table. SELECT FROM CUSTOMERS INTO TABLE ALL CUSTOMERS, WHERE NAME IN SNAME. Displaying each line of an internal table, LOOP AT ALL CUSTOMERS. WRITE ALL CUSTOMERS NAME, Chapter 3 The Syntax of ABAP 4 Programs. Declaration of the program name, REPORT CHAP0301, Displaying the words Customer list on the screen.
WRITE Customer list, Using an addition of the write command. WRITE AT 10 Customer list, Using single quotation marks within the text of a literal. WRITE Customer s Name, Here is a comment with an asterisk in the first column. WRITE Ms O Connor This is a comment at the end of the line. A field of type character and length 40, DATA TARGET STRING 40 TYPE C. Statements may extend over several lines, e g copying fields using the move command.
MOVE Source string, TARGET STRING, WRITE TARGET STRING. Combining Statements, WRITE Customer list, Chapter 4 Three approaches to define data objects. REPORT CHAP0401, 1 Elementary types, DATA CUSTOMER NAME 1 25 TYPE C. VENDOR NAME 1 25 TYPE C, 2 Reference to an existing field. DATA CUSTOMER NAME 2 25 TYPE C, VENDOR NAME 2 LIKE CUSTOMER NAME 2.
3 Reference to a non elementary type, TYPES T NAME 25 TYPE C. DATA CUSTOMER NAME 3 TYPE T NAME, VENDOR NAME 3 TYPE T NAME. Chapter 4 Types data constants, REPORT CHAP0402, Type flag defines an abstract type. TYPES FLAG TYPE C, Field address flag will allocate space in main memory at runtime. DATA ADDRESS FLAG TYPE FLAG VALUE X, Constants are defined like fields and cannot be changed.
CONSTANTS COMPANY NAME 3 TYPE C VALUE SAP, MAX COUNTER TYPE I VALUE 9999. Using constants to define initial values, DATA COUNTER TYPE I VALUE MAX COUNTER. Chapter 4 Character types, REPORT CHAP0403, Type c is the default type when no type is specified. Initial value is space if it is not specified explicitly. DATA NAME 25 TYPE C, SINGLE CHARACTER VALUE A, If the field and the initial value have different lengths the. initial value is either truncated or padded with blanks on the right. DATA LANGUAGE 2 VALUE ABAP 4, WRITE LANGUAGE, Maximum length 64KB.
DATA MAX CHARACTER FIELD 65535, Variables of type n numeric texts contain strings of digits. DATA CUSTOMER ID 8 TYPE N VALUE 87654321, The default length for a field of type n is 1. and the default initial value is a string of zeros. DATA ZIP CODE 5 TYPE N, WRITE ZIP CODE, Type n fields pad the left side with zeroes. CUSTOMER ID 1234, WRITE CUSTOMER ID, Chapter 4 Numbers. REPORT CHAP0404, Fields of type i integer are mainly used for counting.
DATA CUSTOMER NUMBER TYPE I, LOOP COUNTER TYPE I, Integers have a fixed length of 4 bytes. The initial value is zero if it is not specified explicitly. DATA WORD LENGTH TYPE I VALUE 17, Packed numbers type p are a way to store numbers internally. in a compressed form Therefore they cover a wide range of possible. values can be used for all kinds of computations, DATA NUMBER OF MOSQUITOES TYPE P. Decimal handling is supported for packed numbers, DATA AIRBAG PRICE TYPE P DECIMALS 2 VALUE 333 22. WRITE AIRBAG PRICE, Default length of type p fields is 8 and the maximum length is 16.
which can represent numbers of up to 31 digits plus the sign. DATA PACKED NORMAL TYPE P, PACKED 16 16 TYPE P, Floating point numbers type f occur in complex arithmetic. operations Possible values range from 1E 307 to 1E307. The standard output length of fields of type f is 22. DATA AGE OF EARTH TYPE F VALUE 123E 8, WRITE AGE OF EARTH. The values of floating point numbers can be represented in. different ways but they are all equivalent, DATA F1 TYPE F. F2 12 34567, F1 1 0000000000000000E 00, F2 1 2345670000000000E 01. F3 7 6500000000000000E 06, Chapter 4 Date and time.
REPORT CHAP0405, Date fields are type d with the fixed length 8 and the internal. representation YYYYMMDD year month and day, The initial value of a date field is 00000000. DATA TODAY TYPE D, The write command formats dates according to personal settings of. the end user, TODAY SY DATUM, WRITE 10 TODAY, Using date fields to perform computations. DATA ULTIMO TYPE D, Set variable to first day of current month.
ULTIMO SY DATUM, ULTIMO 6 2 01, Set variable to last day of previous month. SUBTRACT 1 FROM ULTIMO, WRITE ULTIMO, Time fields are type t with the fixed length 6. and the format HHMMSS hours minutes and seconds, DATA MY TIME TYPE T. WRITE 8 MY TIME, Chapter 4 Hexadecimal or binary data. REPORT CHAP0406, Hexadecimal or binary data is stored in fields of type x.
A type x field of length n contains 2n digits, and its output length is also equal to 2n. For example the bit stream 1111000010001001 can be defined as. follows remind that 1111 F 0000 0 1000 8 1001 9, DATA XSTRING 2 TYPE X VALUE F089. Chapter 4 Records and internal tables, REPORT CHAP0407. Records or structures consist of a fixed number of components. DATA BEGIN OF CUSTOMER, ID 8 TYPE N, TELEPHONE 12, END OF CUSTOMER. Working with the different components and the structure itself. DATA VENDOR LIKE CUSTOMER, CUSTOMER ID 87654321, CUSTOMER NAME Edison.
CUSTOMER TELEPHONE 111 111 1111, MOVE CUSTOMER TO VENDOR. WRITE VENDOR NAME, Defining an internal table each entry having the structure of. the record customer, DATA ALL CUSTOMERS LIKE CUSTOMER OCCURS 100. Using a reference to a non elementary type, TYPES BEGIN OF PERSONAL DATA. END OF PERSONAL DATA, DATA PEOPLE TYPE PERSONAL DATA OCCURS 300.
Internal table with a header line which is used as a default record. to hold the record currently being added to the table. DATA NEW CUSTOMERS LIKE CUSTOMER OCCURS 100, WITH HEADER LINE. Chapter 4 Complex Non Elementary Types and Data Objects. REPORT CHAP0408, Nested records, TYPES BEGIN OF ADDRESS. END OF ADDRESS, BEGIN OF PERSON, ADDRESS TYPE ADDRESS. END OF PERSON, DATA RECEIVER TYPE PERSON, RECEIVER NAME Smith. RECEIVER ADDRESS CITY Big City, RECEIVER ADDRESS STREET Main street.
Nested internal tables, TYPES BEGIN OF PHONE FAX NUMBERS. COUNTRY CODE 3 TYPE N, AREA CODE 3 TYPE N, NUMBER 10 TYPE N. END OF PHONE FAX NUMBERS, BEGIN OF EMPLOYEE, PHONE TYPE PHONE FAX NUMBERS OCCURS 10. FAX TYPE PHONE FAX NUMBERS OCCURS 5, END OF EMPLOYEE. DATA EMPLOYEES TYPE EMPLOYEE OCCURS 100, Chapter 4 Using system fields.
REPORT CHAP0409, WRITE Current date SY DATUM, Current table index SY TABIX. Loop counter SY INDEX, System return code SY SUBRC. Chapter 5 Working with tables from the Dictionary, REPORT CHAP0501. Declaration of a work area for a Dictionary table, TABLES CUSTOMERS. Reading all entries of the database table and displaying each entry. SELECT FROM CUSTOMERS, WRITE CUSTOMERS NAME, Chapter 7 Copying fields.
REPORT CHAP0701, move fields, DATA NAME 25, COUNTER TYPE I. DATA SOURCE LIKE NAME, TARGET LIKE SOURCE, MOVE Edison TO NAME. 17 TO COUNTER, MOVE SOURCE TO TARGET, Using the compute command keyword can be omitted. COMPUTE TARGET SOURCE, TARGET SOURCE, Concatenating compute commands. DATA PHONE 1 LIKE SOURCE, PHONE 2 LIKE PHONE 1, PHONE 3 LIKE PHONE 2.
PHONE 4 LIKE PHONE 3, PHONE 4 PHONE 3 PHONE 2 PHONE 1 SOURCE. chap0101 txt Chapter 1 How to define types and data objects chap0102 txt Chapter 1 A Few Simple Examples chap0103 txt Chapter 1 Working with database tables and

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