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Hi,

What actually is real time implementation? how many phases are there?

In an Internal table how do you suppress or add the leading Zeroes for a particular field in your itab?

How can u transfer the data from one itab to another without using move & write statements?

After the SESSION is created where is it stored?

In SE11 we created two database tables say some 1000 fields each.Now f we want both the tables combined into one table, how do we do that?

Thanks in advance

rgds

venu

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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 04:49 AM

    Hi Venu ,

    Here are answers for a few

    1. To supress/add leading zeros use the pack and unpack command.

    2. To transfer data from one internal table to another use a[] = b[] , but this will work only when both have the same structure else you will have to loop and append the data.

    3.You can create a view using both the tables.

    Regadrs

    Arun

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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 10:40 AM

    Hi,

    Usually in implementation will follow ASAP mehtodology, its have 6 phases.

    I think alll other are answered.

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