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Creation of text table

Hello everybody,

I have created a text table :

the table zsocietes with the field ((mandt - socid as keys , and other fields)

the text table zsocietesT with the field ((mandt - socid , SPRAS as keys , and desc for decription)

after i have linked mandt and socid of table zsocietesT by foreign key ( text table ) of zsocietes.

Know the system know that the text table of my table is zsocietesT goood

THe Problem is i am supposed when i display zsocietes i will see in the dictionnary the column desc attached to my original table in the langage that i am working ( we suppose that i filled the ZsocietesT with at least one entry with description in (FR & EN) .

i didn't see any column in my original table (i supposed to see desc in this table).

thanks for your response.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Aug 24, 2011 at 01:36 PM

    Hi,

    Did you maintain the cardinality/ Foreign Key field type properly? I mean the Foreign key field type "Key fields of a text table" radiobutton should be selected and make sure you put the foreign key in the text table.

    Reagrds,

    Rudra

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi

      I've just created a table and its text table for a my developoment (I haven't yet generated maintenance program for SM30)

      When I defined the text table I've inserted:

      MANDT (foreign key with T000), key field

      SPRAS (foreign key with T002), key field

      <my field> (foreign key with my z-table, checked text table, cardinality 1:CN), key field

      descr (domain BEZEI40)

      Now I see the record of my z-table by SE16 I can see the descr field of text table

      Max

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