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Regarding obselete statements in ECC 6.0 ...plz help uregent

Hi guys...

I am importing a program from <b>4.7 to ECC 6.0.</b>

When i am checking <b>SLIN errors</b> i am getting followin error..

<b>The current ABAP command is obsolete

Field groups cannot be created in the OO context.

Internal Message Code: FIELD-GROUPS 000</b>

The 4.7 program uses the follwing code where i am getting the error

<b>FIELD-GROUPS: HEADER, ITEMS.</b>So plz find a solution for this...

thank u.

madhavi

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2007 at 09:59 AM

    Hi Madhavi,

    There is no other solution than rewriting the program, e.q. by creating internal tables for the fields now defined with FIELD-GROUPS in HEADER and ITEMS and looping over these tables.

    Regards,

    John.

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    Posted on Aug 31, 2007 at 10:13 AM

    Hi Madhavi,

    If these are warning message then you can hide them.

    But if these are errors.then create new program b's code you are writing code in 4.7 that is not compatible with object oriented context.

    Regards,

    Hemant

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