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Table Maintenance

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In Table Maintenance, what is the difference between 1-step & 2-step ?

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prasanth_kasturi
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hi,

in step 1 the creation of new entries and display of table enties take place in a single screen. we do operations like update create etc all in one screen

Only one maintenance screen is processed during extended table maintenance. The entries are displayed in list form on this screen.

in step 2 the creation of new entries takes place in one screen(SINGLE SCREEN) and display of all table contents in another screen(OVER VIEW SCREEN)

Two maintenance screens are processed during the extended table maintenance:

On the Overview screen the entries are displayed in list form.

On the Single screen one entry is displayed. The single screen can be called from the overview screen, by function key, for every entry.

using step1 type we can create multiple entries at a time but using step2 only one entry at a time

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prasanth

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prasanth_kasturi
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hi,

in step 1 the creation of new entries and display of table enties take place in a single screen. we do operations like update create etc all in one screen

Only one maintenance screen is processed during extended table maintenance. The entries are displayed in list form on this screen.

in step 2 the creation of new entries takes place in one screen(SINGLE SCREEN) and display of all table contents in another screen(OVER VIEW SCREEN)

Two maintenance screens are processed during the extended table maintenance:

On the Overview screen the entries are displayed in list form.

On the Single screen one entry is displayed. The single screen can be called from the overview screen, by function key, for every entry.

using step1 type we can create multiple entries at a time but using step2 only one entry at a time

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prasanth

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So, as per the above post, shall we conclude as below ? please confirm ?

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In step 1

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1. The creation of new entries and display of table enties take place in a single screen. we do operations

like update create etc all in one screen.

2. Here we can create multiple entries at a time

In step 2

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1. The creation of new entries takes place in one screen(SINGLE SCREEN) and display of all table

contents in another screen(OVER VIEW SCREEN)

2. On the Single screen one entry is displayed. The single screen can be called from the overview screen,

by function key, for every entry.

3. Here we can create only one entry at a time.

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ya thats right yar.

try it

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prasanth

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Hi,

Yes,Your understanding is gud.

Regards,

Shiva Kumar

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In which scenarios we use 1-step and 2-step ?

Former Member
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Hi,

One step, two step in Table Maintenance Generator:

Single step: Only overview screen is created i.e. the Table Maintenance Program will have only one screen where you can add, delete or edit records.

Two step: Two screens namely the overview screen and Single screen are created. The user can see the key fields in the first screen and can further go on to edit further details.

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Shiva Kumar

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hI

One step, two step in Table Maintenance Generator.

One step table maintainance has only one screen. The entries in the table are displayed and modified and also created in only one screen.

But in two step table maintainance, we have two screens. The first screen is used to display the table entries whereas we create and modify the records in the second screen.

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Kiran Sure

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Difference between 1-step & 2-step

One step table maintainance has only one screen(i.e the over-view screen). The entries in the table are displayed and modified and also created in only one screen.

But in Two step table maintainance, we have two screens(overview and secondscreen). The first screen is used to display the table entries whereas we create and modify the records in the second screen.

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Raj.