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Question regarding populating Internal table values

Hello,

I have 2 internal tables as mentioned below

Table I

F1 F2

VBELN XXXX

AEDAT 01/01/2005

F1 & F2 are fields of Table I

Table II

VBELN AEDAT

Is it possible to populate the values of Table I to

Table II based the field names which is one of the values in Table I ?. These 2 tables doesn't have the same fields.

After copying the values in Table II should be

Table II

VBELN AEDAT

XXXX 01/01/2005

Thanks in advance,

Jay

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2005 at 10:40 PM

    Hi Jay

    As far as I understood, you can achieve this using field symbols. Look at the following sample code. There I assume your internal tables <i>table_1</i> and <i>table_2</i> having their header lines.

    <u>E.g.</u>

    FIELD-SYMBOLS <f> .
    
    LOOP AT table_1 .
      
      ASSIGN COMPONENT (table_1-f1) 
             OF STRUCTURE table_2 
             TO <f> .
      IF sy-subrc = 0 .
        <f> = table_1-f2 .
      ENDIF .
    
    ENDLOOP .
    
    APPEND table_2 .
    UNASSIGN <f> .

    Hope this much helps...

    Kind Regards

    *--Serdar

    ssimsekler@yahoo.com

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