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Dynamic where in range

hagit
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Hello experts,

I need to loop on an internal table with a dynamic where. The where should contain 'in range'.

For example, Instead of writing

DATA: lrng TYPE RANGE OF bkpf-blart.
LOOP AT <lt_bkpf> ASSIGNING FIELD-SYMBOL(<ls_bkpf>) WHERE blart IN lrng.

I want to write something like:

rng_fld_name = 'LRNG'.
ASSIGN (rng_fld_name) TO FIELD-SYMBOL(<rng>).
DATA(lv_where) = 'BLART IN ' && <rng>.
LOOP AT <lt_bkpf> ASSIGNING FIELD-SYMBOL(<ls_bkpf>) WHERE (lv_where).

The problem is that the above raises a dump in runtime

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The dump is logical. But how can I write it correctly?

Thanks in advance,

Hagit

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joltdx
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Hi!

In this case, given the rest of your example, you should simply write

DATA(lv_where) = 'BLART IN LRNG'.

Or a bit more dynamic, using a string template:

DATA(lv_where) = |BLART IN { rng_fld_name }|.
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joltdx
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Hi!

In this case, given the rest of your example, you should simply write

DATA(lv_where) = 'BLART IN LRNG'.

Or a bit more dynamic, using a string template:

DATA(lv_where) = |BLART IN { rng_fld_name }|.

hagit
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jorgen_lindqvist41 Thanks for your quick answer.

I will try it

hagit
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jorgen_lindqvist41 It works perfectly.

Thanks again.

Hagit