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event 03 in table maintenance generator

Hello All,

I have created a event 03 in table maintenance generator. Because I need to check if the deleted key is still referenced in an other table.

I tried the following code, but only if I use the message the entry will not be deleted.

  MOVE uebergehen TO <mark>.
  MODIFY total INDEX sy-tabix.
  <xmark> = <mark>.
  MODIFY extract INDEX nextline.
  IGNORED_ENTRIES_EXIST = abap_true.

*  MESSAGE e000 WITH 'Entry not allowed to delete'.

Thanks in advance.

Marcus

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 02:04 PM

    I'm using that event too for a similar check, giving a message type I and setting extract-flags-vim_mark = '*' (de-select the marked line).

    Works fine here.

    Thomas

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    • had to put it in a generic form, hope it still works:

      FORM event_03.
      
        TYPES: BEGIN OF typ_extract,
                 zview TYPE zview,   "or ztable, the one with the maintenance dialog!
                 flags TYPE vimtbflags,
               END OF typ_extract.
      
        DATA: ls_extract TYPE typ_extract.
      
      * loop at marked lines
        LOOP AT extract INTO ls_extract.
          CHECK ls_extract-flags-vim_mark EQ 'M'.
      *   place existence check here!
      *   using the values in ls_extract-zview-...
      
      *   if value still being used, send message
          IF sy-dbcnt > 0.
            MESSAGE i...
            ls_extract-flags-vim_mark = '*'.
            MODIFY extract FROM ls_extract.
          ENDIF.
      
        ENDLOOP.
      
      ENDFORM.

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