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is it possible to made a report by using internal talbe and structure....if yes how and if u have sample code for that pls tell me....


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    Posted on Oct 11, 2005 at 08:02 AM

    Hi Raju,

    Yes. It is possible. But it depends upon your requirement. Please check the transaction ABAPDOCU for examples.

    Here are some examples

    There are many examples here.



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  • Posted on Oct 11, 2005 at 08:09 AM


    Types : begin of ty,

    matnr type mara-matnr,

    end of ty.

    data : itab type standard table of ty,

    wa type ty.

    select matnr from mara into table itab.

    loop at itab into wa.

    write : wa-matnr.


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      TABLES: iseg, t5d5e.
      TYPES: BEGIN of ty_out,
              matnr LIKE iseg-matnr,
              gjahr LIKE iseg-gjahr,
              werks LIKE iseg-werks,
              iblnr LIKE iseg-iblnr,
              zeili LIKE iseg-zeili,
              buchm LIKE iseg-buchm,
              menge LIKE iseg-menge,
              dmbtr LIKE iseg-dmbtr,
              usnam LIKE iseg-usnam,
              lgort LIKE iseg-lgort,
              meins LIKE iseg-meins,
              difmg LIKE t5d5e-difmg,
      END OF ty_out.
      DATA: i_out TYPE STANDARD TABLE OF ty_out,
      * work area
            wa_out TYPE ty_out.
      SELECT a~matnr
             from iseg
             as a inner join t5d5e as b
             on a~ZEILI = b~MELGR
             into table i_out.
      if sy-subrc = 0.
      LOOP AT i_out into wa_out.
        write: / wa_out-difmg.
      clear wa_out.

      Check once the way of retrieval with ur FCs.

  • Posted on Oct 11, 2005 at 08:24 AM
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