CLEAR g_s_range.
g_s_range-chanm = '/ba1c/corgunit'.
g_s_range-sign = rs_c_range_sign-including.
g_s_range-compop = rs_c_range_opt-equal.
g_s_range-low = '01001'.
APPEND g_s_range TO g_t_range.
hi...i have this abap code to select the range of value. for the g_s_range-low, i would like to 3 values (01001,01002,01003) but when i run the program, it does not work out and it always select the "01001" for the comparison. How to include the range of value for this? Let say I want to have the 3 above values together?
Use :
g_s_range-compop = rs_c_range_opt-between. g_s_range-low = '01001'. g_s_range-high = '01003'.
Regards
CLEAR g_s_range.
g_s_range-chanm = '/ba1c/corgunit'.
g_s_range-sign = 'I'.
g_s_range-compop = rs_c_range_opt-equal.
g_s_range-low = '01001'.
g_s_range-option = 'EQ'.
APPEND g_s_range TO g_t_range.
CLEAR g_s_range.
g_s_range-chanm = '/ba1c/corgunit'.
g_s_range-sign = 'I'.
g_s_range-compop = rs_c_range_opt-equal.
g_s_range-low = '01002'.
g_s_range-option = 'EQ'.
APPEND g_s_range TO g_t_range.
CLEAR g_s_range.
g_s_range-chanm = '/ba1c/corgunit'.
g_s_range-sign = 'I'.
g_s_range-compop = rs_c_range_opt-equal.
g_s_range-low = '01003'.
g_s_range-option = 'EQ'.
APPEND g_s_range TO g_t_range.
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