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frnd really i need ans of these question

1) what haap'nd if we handel the errors in at selection screen insted of start of selection?

2) what are the content of header in <at first (number)>?

3) can we wright BDC with session & transection method in same program?

4) what is the problem with std date conv'tion program if there is ?

5) in script how & where do you get data?

6) give me the exp. of one cust'ze table name with fields name & resioun to create it?

7) diff b/w call by valu & call by value And result?

8) how to read a perticuler field in intrective report?

9) how can we read cluster & poold table in report?

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2005 at 06:08 AM

    hi sameer;

    as your first ques is nanswered rest questions i am trying to answer if you find them useful please reward points accordingly.

    2)in the at first always the data which ever appear for that quantity remains till the value of that quantity changes.

    3)what ever the BDC you record is independent of session or transcation method. whenever you run the BDC it askes you at the starting time whether you wannna run in session mode or transcation mode.

    4)may be you have inputed date in the yyyymmdd format because SAP itself take in put in the ddmmyyyy format and then stores the date in yyyymmdd format so if anytime you wanna compare two dates then just compare them simply as numeric fields.

    rest of the questions i don't know. because i have not worked in script

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  • Posted on Oct 10, 2005 at 05:37 AM


    perhaps you should split your quest. in 9 threads.

    here's the answer to 1):

    user can correct input in "at selection-screen"

    in error case

    - look f1 too : "at selection screen on field1"


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