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LDB KDF - how to debug

There are 'get' abap command to read LFA1, LFB1 and BSIK.

I can read one document in GET BSIK, but it does not work for other document?

How can I debug it (select BSIK) using LDB KDF?

I tried to put a breakpoint in report SAPDBKDF, but it does not work.

Thanks

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  • I am not sure you could debug LDB.

    Did you try to put a SQL trace (st05) and, get the code corresponding to the SELECT in the table ?

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  • Posted on Aug 06, 2020 at 08:35 AM

    You should be able to debug the LDB program (its name is SAPDB<LDB name>), it's just that it's an automatically-generated program, but it contains classic SELECT statements. Each time a "PUT node" is done in this program, it triggers the event "GET node" in the "consumer" program.

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