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Report VS Event

any body can help me to know the detail explanation of difference between a report and a event

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 05:31 AM

    report inside we used events .

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 05:31 AM

    Report contains events; it is nothing put a program; it shows the results based on selection screen

    event is nothing but triggering point

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 05:39 AM

    <b>REPORTS:</b>

    Report is displaying the application data in thhe required format. It is a executable program with three stage function:

    DATA INPUT (Selection Screen)

    DATA PROCESSING (Select Statements)

    DATA OUTPUT (Write statements).

    <b>EVENTS:</b>

    Events are used in Report logic. There are following events used in Reporting.

    INITIALIZATION

    AT SELECTION-SCREEN

    START-OF-SELECTION

    GET

    GET LATE

    END-OF-SELECTION

    TOP-OF-PAGE

    TOP-OF-PAGE-DURING LINE-SELECTION

    END-OF-PAGE

    AT LINE SELECTION

    AT USER COMMAND

    AT PF

    Rewards if useful.

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 05:40 AM

    hi

    ABAP IS A EVENT TRIGGER PROGRAMING , THAT MEANS FOR EVERY ACTION THERE WILL BE AN EVENT TRIGGERS

    IN REPORT PROGRAM WE WILL IMPLENT THAT EVENTS TO DO SOMETHING

    EVENTS OCCUR IN MANY PLACES IN SAP LIKE IN ABAP PROGRAMING , bdc, DATA BSAE ETC..

    WE WILL USE EVENTS DO SOME WORK IN THE REPORT PROGRAMINIG

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