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EXIT from the loop in PAI of MODULEPOOL

Hi All,

I am working on the module pool porgram.In module pool programming i have LOOP-ENDLOOP in PAI section, I have to exit from this loop with condition.

can anyone suggest any options in apab to do this.??

Quick response is appreciated.

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  • Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 08:08 PM

    You can use the EXIT:

         EXIT.   " << to exit from loop


    Naimesh Patel

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      Are you talking of a LOOP / ENDLOOP in the flow logic (e.g. one around a table control), or one in the module pool around an internal table? If the former, then it will always loop as many times are there are lines showing in the table control on the screen, but you can prevent any logic being executed for lines after an exception is found by setting a global flag field e.g. something along the following idea:

      " PBO
      process before output.
        module d9999_initialise.
      " PAI flow logic for screen 9999.
      process after input.
        loop with control tc_9999.
          module d9999_tc_pai.

      & then

      module d9999_initialise output.
        clear: g_hit_empty_line. "reset the bad data flag
      module d9999_tc_pai input.
        if g_hit_empty_line = 'X'.
          exit.  "perform no checks until next PBO
        if some condition I want to test for is true.
          g_hit_empty_line = 'X'.  "process no more TC rows this PAI
      * logic here for good lines until a bad one found


      p.s. btw I wouldn't normally put any code in the modules except "performs" - I reckon it's a lot tidier having all your code in subroutines, not the modules.

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 10:13 AM


    try this

    u need to write like this

    loop at itab where......[condition]



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