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Alternative for RFC_READ_TABLE

Hi everybody,

I have to write a generic select to get some table-entries. For this I used the RFC: RFC_READ_TABLE.

But RFC_READ_TABLE responses ALL columns of the requested table.

Due to performance reasons I am looking for another RFC that gives back predetermined columns.

Does anyboy know such a Module?

Thanks regards

Mario

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    Posted on May 21, 2008 at 07:11 AM

    Hi,

    Check the FunctionModule TABLE_ENTRIES_GET_VIA_RFC

    example:

    data: wtab type BDSEL_STAT occurs 0 with header line.

    data: tab type BDI_ENTRY occurs 0 with header line.

    CALL FUNCTION 'TABLE_ENTRIES_GET_VIA_RFC'

    destination dest

    EXPORTING

    LANGU = SY-LANGU

    TABNAME = name

    TABLES

    SEL_TAB = wtab

    NAMETAB =

    TABENTRY = tab

    EXCEPTIONS

    INTERNAL_ERROR = 1

    TABLE_HAS_NO_FIELDS = 2

    TABLE_NOT_ACTIV = 3

    NOT_AUTHORIZED = 4

    OTHERS = 5 .

    Regards,

    Raj.

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    Posted on May 21, 2008 at 07:22 AM

    Hi,

    Check this link:

    alternatives-to-rfcreadtable

    Regards,

    Shiva Kumar

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    Posted on May 21, 2008 at 12:37 PM

    Hi,

    thanks. As I posted this question also in forum "excahnge infrastructure" and the questions got answered; I mark the question as answered here.

    Regards Mario

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