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I want to see what values my structure has..

to view the fileds in Structure we use TCODE- SE16.

is there any TCODE with which we can see the values of the filed.

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Lokesh Tibbani

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 10:17 AM

    Hi Lokesh,

    SE11 also there . select the table and give the name of the structure and click on display.

    Sunil:)

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 10:17 AM

    Hi,

    structures doesn't hold any value......

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 10:20 AM

    hi,

    we cant see values of the structures in SAP

    instead we can see the values for DB tables.

    through SE16.

    apart from this we can use SE11/ SE12 to see the values but after executing the SE11/SE12, give the table name and then we have to select browser icon on the application toolbar to see the values for DB tables

    <i><b>Reqward points if useful</b></i>

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 10:26 AM

    Hi Lokesh

    Structures never hold values so you cnt see values in that structure. But if you want to know the values in each individual field ..You have to check in which table that field is used and then can view values of fields in those particular tables.

    Try using following

    se84-> abapdictionary-> fields->table fields(structure fields)->give your field name and execute

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 10:26 AM

    Hi

    structure does't capture any values

    if you want to see the fileds list then you can go for SE11

    in SE16 the structure won't give or won't show ant values

    by useing structures you can see the fields don't see the values

    reward if usefull

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 10:43 AM

    Hi All

    Thanks for ur Ans.

    is there any way so that we can find a name of a TABLE of which that structure is

    updating the fileds.

    Thanks

    Lokesh Tibbani

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      HI

      structure is collection of fields from different tables or same tables,it can store single record at a time but not directly in R/3 ,if u want u can have the structure of that structure and then u can use it in program.

      for ex

      work area we can say as structure it can hold single record at a time.

      i think it is clear

      if any questions on this welcome

  • Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 11:30 AM

    Hi Lokesh,

    All posts above make clear that a structure is just to hold the values at runtime.Its not a database table.

    To find out the tables gettin updated :: One way out could be to go to SE11. Give structure name in the Data Type field and then click on the where used list. and select Programs.

    See the code ( in editor or debugger...depends ) where the structure values is used to update.

    <b>One info :</b>

    Structures usually are used to create temp variables. So you can look for variables starting with X like

    KOMV is a structure. But in programs varaible name wat you'll find is XKOMV declared as type KOMV.

    Reward points if useful.

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