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rosenberg_eitan
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Hi all,

As I wrote here http://scn.sap.com/community/abap/blog/2013/12/23/sdbadbc--power-to-the-people

I have been playing with package SDB_ADBC and its gang members....

Based on what I learned from program ADBC_QUERY I wrote a program (Y_R_EITAN_TEST_28_01) that I hope you will find it useful .

The program allow the user (A programmer) to query data using the raw native power of the local database.


For example In case of Oracle you can refer to Oracle documentation (http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B19306_01/server.102/b14200/toc.htm).

- The program create SQL statment based on the selected fields and functions (FORM get_statment) .
- The program create a dynamic table based on the selected fields and functions (FORM run_statment) .
- Using SDB_ADBC clases the program query the data and fill the dynamic table (FORM run_statment).
- The table is presented using CL_SALV_TABLE .

The native SQL is not client dependent so using MANDT in the where clue is required.

Limitation:
  The program is not design for joins (This require more development and I do not have the time...)
 
Some screens:

Source:

Y_R_EITAN_TEST_28_01.txt - the program.

Y_R_EITAN_TEST_28_01_screen_100.txt - screen source .(it is very simple since I use OO components )

STATUS_COMMON

Define BACK , EXIT and CANCEL as Exit Command.

TITLE_COMMON

That is all for now .

Have fun.

Update 2013/12/29

I added multi function support.(More power to the peoples...)

See screen cap:

Update 2014/01/01

Since I hate typing I just added the SUM function as a check box.

Also I forgot to mention that a click on the field name will append the field name to the text box (As I said I hate typing... )

Update: 19/02/2014

Take into account those pesky "name space" fields.

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