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Send me an example of For all entries with 3 or more tables.

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    Posted on Dec 24, 2007 at 09:29 AM

    Hi jyotirmoy,

    what is the use of FOR ALL ENTRIES

    1. INNER JOIN

    DBTAB1 <----


    > DBTAB2

    It is used to JOIN two DATABASE tables

    having some COMMON fields.

    2. Whereas

    For All Entries,

    DBTAB1 <----


    > ITAB1

    is not at all related to two DATABASE tables.

    It is related to INTERNAL table.

    3. If we want to fetch data

    from some DBTABLE1

    but we want to fetch

    for only some records

    which are contained in some internal table,

    then we use for alll entries.

    *----


    1. simple example of for all entries.

    2. NOTE THAT

    In for all entries,

    it is NOT necessary to use TWO DBTABLES.

    (as against JOIN)

    3. use this program (just copy paste)

    it will fetch data

    from T001

    FOR ONLY TWO COMPANIES (as mentioned in itab)

    4

    REPORT abc.

    DATA : BEGIN OF itab OCCURS 0,

    bukrs LIKE t001-bukrs,

    END OF itab.

    DATA : t001 LIKE TABLE OF t001 WITH HEADER LINE.

    *----


    itab-bukrs = '1000'.

    APPEND itab.

    itab-bukrs = '1100'.

    APPEND itab.

    *----


    SELECT * FROM t001

    INTO TABLE t001

    FOR ALL ENTRIES IN itab

    WHERE bukrs = itab-bukrs.

    *----


    LOOP AT t001.

    WRITE :/ t001-bukrs.

    ENDLOOP.

    regards,

    amit m.

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    Posted on Dec 24, 2007 at 09:32 AM

    SELECT anla~bukrs

    anla~anln1

    anla~anln2

    anla~aktiv

    anla~deakt

    anla~anlue

    anlz~kostl

    anlz~bdatu

    anlz~adatu

    INTO CORRESPONDING FIELDS OF TABLE it_anla

    FROM anla INNER JOIN anlz

    ON anlabukrs EQ anlzbukrs

    AND anlaanln1 EQ anlzanln1

    AND anlaanln2 EQ anlzanln2

    WHERE anla~bukrs IN so_bukrs

    AND anla~anln1 IN so_anln1

    AND anla~anln2 IN so_anln2

    AND anla~deakt IN so_deakt

    AND anla~anlue IN so_anlue

    AND anla~aktiv IN so_aktiv

    AND anlz~kostl IN so_kostl.

    if not it_anla[] is initial.

    SELECT *

    FROM anlc

    INTO TABLE it_anlc

    FOR ALL ENTRIES IN it_anla

    WHERE bukrs EQ it_anla-bukrs

    AND anln1 EQ it_anla-anln1

    AND anln2 EQ it_anla-anln2

    AND gjahr EQ pa_gjahr

    AND afabe EQ pa_afabe.

    endif.

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  • Posted on Dec 24, 2007 at 09:33 AM

    hi,

    probabaly you need to join the three database tables into one internal table and then can use that internal table in next select with FOR ALL ENTRIES

    SELECT a~matnr

    a~berid

    a~dismm

    a~ausss

    a~sobsl

    b~berty

    INTO TABLE it_mdma_mdlv_mdll

    FROM mdma AS a

    INNER JOIN mdlv AS b

    ON aberid EQ bberid

    INNER JOIN mdll AS c

    ON bberid EQ cberid

    FOR ALL ENTRIES IN it_bomitems

    WHERE a~matnr EQ it_bomitems-idnrk

    AND a~dispo IN s_cdispo

    AND b~berty EQ '3'

    AND a~sobsl IN s_csobsl

    AND c~lbear IN s_lifnr.

    regards,

    vikas.

    plz reward if helpful

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  • Posted on Dec 24, 2007 at 09:34 AM

    hai,

    useing for all entries we can select single table values but we can able to validate previous int table all values.

    we need to use 3 int table for 3 db table and finaly do loop at final table move value from int table to final int table and appent final int table....

    this is the process to do the for all entries...

    it giving better performance becose we dont fetch all value from single select qurey and we populate all values in to final table through source code thats why its giving better performance......

    plzz reward if useful..

    regards,

    jai.m

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