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Returning List of Class Objects from a class method.


I have a class method, in that method I will create instances of the same class and I want return those instances as an export parameter. Is there any other way apart from creating a table type of the class and using it as the type of the export parameter. With out creating any global type how can I return list of objects from this class method and how can I read that list in my calling program.



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    Posted on Jun 14, 2006 at 10:19 AM


    You can try returning the instances individually like





    But the better and correct way would be using table.


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    • Hi,

      I dont know how many instances I will have to create inside the method so I have to return a table. I know one way of doing it.

      Say my class is CL_CLASS

      I can create a table type for CL_CLASS as CL_CLASS_T

      and declare one export parameter for the method with type as CL_CLASS_T.

      I can return table of objects like this.

      I want to know is there any way of doing this with out creating a table type.



  • Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 08:31 AM

    I got the answer that its not possible, hence closing the thread.

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