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Hi all,

I have a scenario where I have got three tables two std ones and the third one is the custom one bseg,bkpf and ztest, and based on three fields i.e. belnr, blart and bukrs( which is in all the three tables )to join these tables and need to retreive the following the data from each table:

From BSEG - - -> saknr,kostl

From BKPF- - - - > blart,bldat


From Ztest -

> co_num, co_name

So can you please tell me how can I achieve this.


Rajeev !!!


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  • Posted on Apr 12, 2008 at 06:03 PM

    types: begin of ty_itab,

    saknr type ..

    kostl type ...

    blart type ....

    co_num type ....

    co_name type...

    types: end of ty_itab.

    data: itab type table of ty_itab.

    select BSEG~saknr






    from bseg inner join


    on bsegbelnr = bkprbelnr

    and bsegblart = bkpfblart

    and bsegbukrs = bkpfbukrs inner join

    ztest on ztestbelnr = bsegbelnr

    and ztestblart = bsegblart

    and ztestbukrs = bsegbukrs

    into table itab

    where .....

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    Posted on Apr 12, 2008 at 06:10 PM


    You can do as below:

    First get all the data from BKPF for the fields belnr, blart, bldat and bukrs into one internal table as this is the header table for document .
    select bukrs belnr blart bldat budat from bkpf into table gt_bkpf where <condition>.
    "Then go to BSEG table using BKPF details
    select bukrs belnr blart saknr kostl from bseg into table gt_bseg  for all entries of gt_bkpf where <condition>.
    "Then go to ZTable using the details of BSEG gt_bseg using for all entries .
    select co_num, co_name from ztable into table gt_table where <condition>.
    "You can use the gt_table for the output.

    Please use the fields depends upon your requirement.


    Sriram Ponna.

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