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Jul 03, 2005 at 01:29 PM

Commit - Within Loop

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Hello All,

I have been receiving the Runtime error

DBIF_RSQL_INVALID _CURSOR in my Zobject.

On the Production as we are expecting 3 Million records i used the COMMIT WORK statement inside the loop, so that once the record # reaches 10,000 it can free the memory space (Before i added the COMMIT WORK statement i was receiving the DBIF_RSQL_SQL_ERROR).

The main objective of this object is to delete the Orphan entries available in the table ZOMLT.

Code :

FORM DELETE_DATA.

DATA : CNTR TYPE I VALUE '0', "Total deleted records

CNTR1 TYPE I VALUE '0'. "Commit records

SORT ORPHAN_TAB BY MSG_ID.

WRITE :/ 'Message IDs of Orphan entries in ZOMLT'.

ULINE.

IF ORPHAN_TAB[] IS INITIAL.

WRITE :/ ' - None'.

ENDIF.

LOOP AT ORPHAN_TAB.

WRITE :/ ORPHAN_TAB-MSG_ID.

SELECT * FROM ZOMLT WHERE MSG_ID = ORPHAN_TAB-MSG_ID.

IF SY-SUBRC = '0'.

--> DELETE ZOMLT.

CNTR = CNTR + 1. "For total # of records

CNTR1 = CNTR1 + 1.

IF CNTR1 EQ 10000.

COMMIT WORK.

CLEAR CNTR1.

ENDIF.

  • so that after every 10,000 records deleted from ZOMLT we * are using COMMIT.

ENDIF.

ENDSELECT.

ENDLOOP.

Would be great to have the views to correct the above code.

Thank you,

- PSK