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Question about reading generic tables with keys

Hello

I'm wondering if it's possible to read a generic table with key statement:

FIELD-SYMBOLS:
    <lv_key>         TYPE zconf_key,

    <lt_data_bi>     TYPE INDEX TABLE,
    <lt_data_ai>     TYPE INDEX TABLE,

    <ls_data_bi>     TYPE any,
    <ls_data_ai>     TYPE any.


* create data types
  CREATE DATA lt_data_bi TYPE (ls_node-data_table_type).
  ASSIGN lt_data_bi->* TO <lt_data_bi>.
  CREATE DATA lt_data_ai TYPE (ls_node-data_table_type).
  ASSIGN lt_data_ai->* TO <lt_data_ai>.

* do check
  LOOP AT <lt_data_ai> ASSIGNING <ls_data_ai>.
    ASSIGN COMPONENT 'KEY' OF STRUCTURE <ls_data_ai> TO <lv_key>.

    READ TABLE <lt_data_bi> WITH KEY key = <lv_key>
    ASSIGNING <ls_data_bi> BINARY SEARCH.

I receive the message: "The specified type has no structure and therefore no component called KEY" in the read statement above.

Does anyone has an idea what I can do here?

Regards,

Mathias

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  • Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 03:56 PM

    > READ TABLE <lt_data_bi> WITH KEY key = <lv_key>

    In your structure ls_data_bi there is no field called KEY . please check whether you have field KEY in structure

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      Hi

      ls_bi_data is a ANY structure. Since we're looking for a generic solution, we want to use ANY. We're looking for a way to check if ANY structure contains a component name KEY.

      Regards,

      Mathias

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