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Will hyphens in generated work-flow code cause problems in ECC5?

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notice that generated workflow code has hyphens where you wouldn't expect them, e.g. "object-key-material".

Will these hyphens cause problems after upgrade to ECC5?

They do in generated ReportWriter/Query code, and that's why I'm asking.

(Also posted in BPM Workflow forum.)

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RichHeilman
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David, I think what you are referring to are nested structures, or in some cases "Deep" Structures. I have tested this senario in my Netweaver 2004s system and there are no problems with this coding. However, this does not mean all will be ok in your case. I think that it really depends on how the structure(or deep structure) is used in the program and if the unicode checker is turned on.



REPORT zrich_0001.

TYPES: BEGIN OF t_sub,
       sub(10) TYPE c,
       END OF t_sub.

TYPES: BEGIN OF t_object,
       object TYPE t_sub,
       END OF t_object.

TYPES: BEGIN OF t_main,
       main TYPE t_object,
       END OF t_main.

data: xvar type t_main.


CHECK xvar-main-object-sub IS INITIAL.

Regards,

Rich Heilman

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RichHeilman
Developer Advocate
Developer Advocate
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David, I think what you are referring to are nested structures, or in some cases "Deep" Structures. I have tested this senario in my Netweaver 2004s system and there are no problems with this coding. However, this does not mean all will be ok in your case. I think that it really depends on how the structure(or deep structure) is used in the program and if the unicode checker is turned on.



REPORT zrich_0001.

TYPES: BEGIN OF t_sub,
       sub(10) TYPE c,
       END OF t_sub.

TYPES: BEGIN OF t_object,
       object TYPE t_sub,
       END OF t_object.

TYPES: BEGIN OF t_main,
       main TYPE t_object,
       END OF t_main.

data: xvar type t_main.


CHECK xvar-main-object-sub IS INITIAL.

Regards,

Rich Heilman

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So I didn't recognize them for what they were.

Thanks for the quick turnaround

Regards

Dave