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Little abap mapping sample

Hi everyone.

I'm a two years old abap programmer and i would like to understand how abap mapping works.

I've read a sap document with a code sample but i don't understand it very well.

I've defined a message type containing 2 fields, name and age. This structure has cardinality of 1..unbounded.

I want to make and abap mapping and have one outbound estructure containing the result of the 'collect' instruction' in abap. the output structure is the same as the input one.

Thanks for the help.

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  • Posted on Oct 05, 2005 at 07:42 PM

    If you want to use ABAP or JAVA mapping, it is a must to learn the XML parsers and how you work with DOM.

    Sorry, there is no easy example.

    Stefan

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