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How to Compare the internal table column to table output column

former_member846556
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Hi All,

I am new to the SAP, How to Compare internal table column to table output column.

If table contains same values as output means it should be updated (updated by, on, at). If table does not contain the output values means it should be created.(updated by, on, at).

How should I compare the values.

Kindly please help me ASAP.

Thank you!

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moshenaveh
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FredericGirod
Active Contributor
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Check transaction ABAPDOCU and search for keywork INSERT

Eduardo-CE
Active Participant
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Hi,

please check the following programs:

BCALV_EDIT_01

BCALV_EDIT_02

BCALV_EDIT_03

BCALV_EDIT_04

BCALV_EDIT_05

BCALV_EDIT_06

BCALV_EDIT_07

BCALV_EDIT_08

BCALV_EDIT_09

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Tried But not worked.

Again I updated my question. Kindly try to do needful or else fine.

Thanks.

raymond_giuseppi
Active Contributor

Where are you stuck, and what did you already perform?

  • Create a table in SE11? which was already created?
  • Get some fields from some tables (SELECT, JOIN)
  • Insert records in new table (INSERT)

Sandra_Rossi
Active Contributor
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Are you asking for the algorithm? Like this one:

  1. Loop at each line of the first internal table
  2. If the line exists in the second internal table, then it's an update
  3. Else it's an insert

Is it about internal table? Is it about database table?

Sorry but your question is too much general.