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I have the structure RMMG1(maintain material master data) to display the ouput for report.But the select statement is not accepting the structure as it only accepts the tables & views to be loaded to internal table.& I couldn't able to find to which table RMMG1 is appended.Is there any other way.

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 07:34 PM

    You can use transaction ST05 to see which tables are used for the transaction that populates this structure.

    Rob

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  • Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 08:32 PM

    See my response to your other question on structures.

    matt

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 05:56 AM

    hi

    The structure will only have data if it has been loaded elsewhere, such as if the structure was populated by a function call or BAPI.

    If not, you will have to load data into the structure using SQL Select or by calling the approriate function call/method/BAPI etc.

    If the structure already has data, you access that data by referencing the structure name and the component

    e.g.

    w_field = struct-field1.

    This will load the value of the component field "field1" in structure "struct" into a separate work field "w_field".

    This is how you refer to components of a structure.

    structure_name-component_name

    Consequently, you should not use a dash "-" in the name of a field or structure. If you need to separate words in the name use an underscore "_".

    If you do attempt to use the dash "-" in the name of a field or structure in a Unicode program, you will get a warning message.

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