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Automatic Object directory entry

Hi all,

I have to create objects dictionary from a program. I have found a very interesting function group that do almost everything but one thing:

The object directory entry

Then my question is quite obvious: How can I can create an object entry for an object dictionary from a Z-Program?


David Rodríguez

pd: uppps!! I forget something really important:

the function group is SDIF


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  • Posted on Mar 19, 2004 at 08:08 AM

    The smarter way:

    call function module TR_EXT_CREATE_REQUEST to create the request and get the request number in export parameter ES_REQ_ID

    IV_REQUEST_TYPE: K for workbench, W for customizing, T for copies

    call function module TR_EXT_INSERT_IN_REQUEST with IV_REQ_ID = request number and IT_OBJECTS filled with values to put in E071 like this:

    PGMID = 'R3TR'

    OBJECT = 'TABU' for tables

    OBJ_NAME = tabname

    You should be able to save your table in object directory while it is contained in a transport request

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    • Correction: table definition is included with

      OBJECT = 'TABL'

      OBJ_NAME = tabname

      in fact the object corresponds to the DDIF_<type>_* of function module in SDIF (means that you have to build table with records for data elements and so on...)

      if you want to include table contents in the transport request then you have to put:

      PGMID = 'R3TR'

      OBJECT = 'TABU'

      OBJ_NAME = tabname/tabkey

      so that all records having tabkey as key are taken in TR, tabkey = concatenate key fields including client but not more than 30 characters. If more than 30 characters, then 29 characters and *

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