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why we have to create module pool programs

hi gurus

can anyone explain me

why we have to create module pool programs

difference between reports and module pool programs

we can create whatever we do in modulepool we can cretae in reports na

than y we have to cerate module pool programs

thank you

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kals.

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 02:47 PM

    i

    Here is that difference

    Report Programs:

    1. Reports are stand alone programs.

    2. We use reports to read data base tables & represent results in Lists

    3. Reports are collection of processing blocks, controlled by System calls depending on events.

    4. Reports can use LDBs or SELECT STATEMENTS

    defined by DEVELOPER.

    5.Reports can call Dialogue programs and vice versa.

    Dialog Programming

    1.Dialogue programs are not stand alone programs. (we

    have to link the dialogue programs to at least one or

    more SCREENS & TRANSACTION CODES)

    2. We use Dialogue Programs to read & change

    Database tables.

    3.Dialogue programs are controlled by Screen flow logic.

    4.Dialogue program is also called as Module pool program

    or TRANSACTION.

    5.These module pools are separated in to PBO and PAI

    events.

    difference-between-dialog-programming-and-reports

    Hope this helps.

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    regards

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    kushagra

    Edited by: Alvaro Tejada Galindo on Jan 31, 2008 10:07 AM

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