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Create Append with custom fields from coding


Hi

I would like to create an Append to a given structure so that I can add some fields of my own to this structure. This is normally done manually via SE11. However in this case the fields I want to add are coming from an external tool. So the process of creating an Append with these new fields has to work automatically by calling an ABAP programm.

I already debugged which functions are called when the new Append is created via SE11. However the coding I found is highly depending on the graphical layout and input in SE11, so I cannot simply reuse it.

Does anybody have a hint for me? Are there Reports or Functions that offer the functionality I am looking for?

Thanks,
Ralf

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  • Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 12:27 PM

    Hi Ralf

    You can Get Function Module Name by Putting break point PFB:

    go to your tcode.

    Put in "/h" hit Enter

    Breakpoint At-> Statement

    Then again set for

    then execute by press F5.

    Hope it will help you.

    Regards

    Ashraf Usmani


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  • Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 12:36 PM

    Hi Ralf,

    Please try to make use of below FM:

    DDIF_TABL_GET

    DDIF_TABL_PUT

    DDIF_TABL_ACTIVATE

    With Regards,

    Giriesh M

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