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Adding a field in a DDIC Table..

Hi Experts,

I want to know that how many ways, we add a field in a existing DDIC Table.?

Thanks in Advance..

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Yogesh Gupta

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    Posted on Mar 25, 2008 at 08:18 AM

    Hi ,

    1) Groups of fields can be added to customer tables using substructures.

    2) Groups of fields or individual fields can be added to SAP delivered tables using append structures, or customizing includes:

    a) Substructures allow you to include fields from another

    table or structure in the table you are creating.

    b) Customizing includes are provided in SAP tables

    and structures to allow you to add fields to

    these structures/tables without modifying the

    tables themselves.

    c) Append structures allow you to add fields to SAP-provided structures and transparent tables that were not provided for in the standard version.

    Rewards if helpful.

    Regards

    Shambhu

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    Posted on Mar 25, 2008 at 08:27 AM

    There are two ways to add fields to a table.

    1. Append Structure.

    2.Include

    Using Append structure u can append an entire structure in a table,But u can not use the same structure to append it to other table.

    Using __. Include_ u can add single\multiple fields to a table.

    Regards:

    Pournima

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