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How to select all data from a table to a structure using one select statement?

SELECT * from /brlt/subsc INTO dup_table WHERE Type = ls_request_input_data-Type AND Dl1 = ls_request_input_data-Dl1.
ENDSELECT.

The statement above is going in a loop instead of selecting all rows at once in a structure.

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  • Posted on Oct 31, 2019 at 11:47 AM

    A structure is something flat, is like a table with only one line. So you cannot have a whole table inside a structure.

    You have to declare a table

    SELECT * from /brlt/subsc 
           INTO TABLE @DATA(dup_table) 
           WHERE Type = @ls_request_input_data-Type 
           AND    Dl1 = @ls_request_input_data-Dl1.

    or use your statement, because it is the right way to read a table in a structure

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  • Posted on Oct 31, 2019 at 02:20 PM
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    Hello Amit Krishna,

    SELECT.. ENDSELECT is Loop which will basically fetch one entry at a time until the last entry is reached. It is considered as a client cursor that will induce a lot of work load on the communication between Application and Database server. It is not a recommended approach as well. You can proceed with the code suggested by Frederic Girod.

    Regards!

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