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Howto get info about a structure !?

Hi,

I found a structure with field: ADRC_STRUC - REMARK

I need to know what table it takes it's data from. Howto ?

I tried the "Where-Used-List" ... but its not simple 😊

I want to see the SELECT INTO clause... i belive...

//Martin

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    Posted on Jan 12, 2005 at 09:36 AM

    Look at adrc table the data you need is there.

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  • Posted on Jan 12, 2005 at 11:23 AM

    Martin,

    -> TA ST05 - Trace on

    -> your Transaction , which you'll analyze

    -> Trace off

    -> Trace list - analyse the select statements

    Andreas

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  • Posted on Jan 12, 2005 at 04:28 PM

    Hi Martin,

    This is what I typically do, if I need to find out what table(s) that a given structure ultimately points to.

    1. As suggested by others here, debugging is one option.

    2. Go to SE12, give the structure name, do a where used in programs, tables and function module interfaces. You may end up in getting a lengthy list but you need a good process of elimination to get to the tables. If the structure is used in a table as an INCLUDE or APPEND structure, well and good. But if it is used in a program or a function module interface, I would go to the code and see where the structure is getting filled and with what information. If you could continue to follow this trace, to the main program where the data declarations are at, you will find the tables that are defined. Sometimes searching for a 'Select' statement could lead you to the table.

    Though it sounds cumbersome, most often, I could get my answer and in a quick time.

    Hope this helps,

    Srinivas

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