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Hi,

I tried to find documentation for the function module DBLOG_READ_TABLE, but i could not. Can anybody send sample code or documentation.

I have to get values of a custom table changes, i tried to use this function.

Thanks for your help.

aRs

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    Posted on Oct 23, 2006 at 04:02 PM

    Hi

    If you would log in to your system and give 'DE' as the log in language in the login screen. You would get the Function Module Documentation for the same in German.

    You could then use the language tools to translate them into English

    The translated Documentation roughly translates into the following

    'NOTE: The functional module still is in the development. Changes at the interface and at the behavior are at any time and without announcement possible. The functional module DBLOG_READ_TABLE reads table minutes of the data base. Reading is limited to one over the parameters period which can be determined. Additionally the quantity of the tables, for which logging records are looked for, can be limited. In addition the names of the relevant tables must be handed over in the parameter OBJ_LIST. If this parameter is empty, then logging records for all tables are read'

    Message was edited by: Dominic Pappaly

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    Posted on Oct 23, 2006 at 04:01 PM

    Hi,

    use the function module DD_NTAB_HIST_GET to get the table history..

    Thanks,

    Naren

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    Posted on Oct 23, 2006 at 04:01 PM

    Program RSVTPROT can be used to read db table changes. It calls function DBLOG_READ_WITH_STATISTIC, which calls function DBLOG_READ, which calls DBLOG_READ_TABLE. You could step through this to see how it is used.

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