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hi friends

i have a problem in adding a entry to the database table is there any way to create to entry in the table.

please send me the solution of how to create a entry in the table.

thank u

ramesh

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  • Posted on Feb 11, 2005 at 02:38 PM

    Do F1 help on INSERT. This should give you what you need.

    Regards,

    Rich Heilman

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    Posted on Feb 11, 2005 at 05:27 PM

    If you mean how to do it in an ABAP program, then Rich has sent you in the right direction.

    If you need to add an entry to a table for testing purposes or for some non-programming need, then transactions SE16 and SM30 might be available depending on how the table has been defined. SE16 is a standard table browser function with update available if turned on via SE11. SM30 is the table maintenance transaction and needs to be generated for each table. If you are talking about a Z* table, then you would need to generate the maintenance via SE54 before you can use SM30.

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    • Former Member Lakshman Tandra

      hi

      i checked the table , the value is there in the table but i am naot to get it in the drop down. is the table that u have mentiones is the table that is related to the drop down that is there in the apprisal form.

      if it so then can u give me the details of why it is not coming in the drop down when it is there in the table that u have mentioned

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