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Hi Experts,

I want to write a AMDP procedure by passing an internal table as where condition.

What would be the best approach? Our system is NW 7.4. I have used APPLY FILTER function but it didn't work.

My input internal table looks like this:

Consumer Date Low Date High 1001 01.01.2015 31.12.2016 1002 01.01.2014 30.06.2014

Table in HANA DB

Consumer Date Sales 1001 01.01.2014 10 1001 01.01.2015 10 1001 18.08.2016 10 1002 01.01.2014 10 1002 02.02.2014 10 1002 30.06.2014 10 1002 01.01.2016 10

Output internal Table

Consumer Sum of Sales 1001 20 1002 30

Looping my internal table and getting the sum for each record will work but as you know it is performance killer.

I would be calling this procedure in a BW transformation where data come in package of 50000 records(so my input internal table can contain 50,000 records at a time) .

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  • Posted on Aug 19, 2016 at 10:49 PM

    Hello Sumukan,

    you can solve this with a join between the input parameter table and the database table. E.g.

    lt_res = select t2.consumer, sum(t2.sales)
                from :it_input as t1 inner join "<schema>"."<table>" as t2
                   on t1.consumer = t2.consumer
                   and t1.datelow <= t2.date
                   and t1.datehigh >= t2.date
                group by t2.consumer;
    

    Consider that you have to replace the input parameter, schema/table name and column names with your values (cause I don't know it).

    Best Regards,

    Florian

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