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Former Member
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Welcome to the ABAP forum! This forum is intended for discussions about ABAP development. Questions and answers(!), suggestions, hints, example coding, etc.... regarding typical ABAP programming topics are welcome as discussions about the ABAP Objects language itself and its concepts. All kinds of ABAP related topics can be handled except Business Server Pages which has its own forum. It is also not a forum for application specific (R/3 Enterprise, CRM, BW,...) questions. Note that the forum is not an official support channel, please use the OSS for reporting error messages to SAP.

Former Member
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Hello Wladimir,

you could try to implement a searchhelp exit function and add the information to hitlist there. As far as I remeber, there's a good example in the online documentation of searchhelps. If not, have a look at function group SDHI.

Regards,

Martin

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Former Member
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Bar Coding

I have to create a process document which is going to be printed. Is there a way in SAP Scripts or Smart Forms to get some info from the database and print a bar code on the form.

Former Member
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Hello,

I am using an interactive ALV grid. For a single field in the table I have enabled a dropdown list. Now i want to vary the contents of the dropdownlist on row level. This is not possible with  method set_drop_down_table because this sets the dropdowntable for every row in grid to same values.

Is there a way to set the dropdowntable on a row based level?

Tnx

Emile

Peter_Inotai
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Check program BCALV_TEST_GRID_EDITABLE, there is a column in the table called DROPDOWN_F4.

Incho

Former Member
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Abit of confuse over here.. does BASIS & ABAP programming means the same thing?

herzelhaimharel_gilor
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HI !

i didn't see any topic about BASIS here .

i think that it will be very useful to add one .

Former Member
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No, BASIS is the term used to describe the technical area within SAP (installing, configuring technical aspects, and so on), while ABAP is the programming language of SAP. A Basis consultant would not occupy him/herself with the same tasks as an ABAP developer.

Trond

dirk_feeken
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Trond is absolutely correct! This forum is intended for ABAP programming only. It is monitored by the ABAP language group, the people who build the language, compiler, debugger, tools etc.

They are not experts in general Basis topics like spool, RFC, Workflow, Smart Forms, etc.

While I admit that the question how to use a specific basis feature like sending mails from within an ABAP program is an "ABAP programming" question, please don't expect to get an answer of the SAP ABAP language group, regarding such topics. It's just not their field of expertise.

But anyway this is an open forum and not a one way channel so everyone is invited to post responses to such questions.

Anyway general basis topics are handled best in the Web AS forum. Remember

good old Basis + SAP J2EE Server  = Web AS

Dirk

herzelhaimharel_gilor
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Hi all ABAP'ers !

these dayes i'm working on unicode changes in ABAP programs .

is there any sugesstions, ideas , tips & trick , or any useful information ????

TMNielsen
Contributor
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Hi Herzel

May I suggest that you create a new topic for new questions.  =0)

Best regards

Thomas Madsen Nielsen

herzelhaimharel_gilor
Participant
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Hi Thomas !

i'll take your advice .

thanks .

herzelhaimharel_gilor
Participant
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Hi Folks !

dose someone know what is the table name which handle all the code of ABAP Programms ?

i mean to lines of the code itself .

TMNielsen
Contributor
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Hello Herzel

I don't think that ABAP programs are stored in a table.

You can read the code of a program with the READ REPORT statement.

Best regards

Thomas Madsen Nielsen

herzelhaimharel_gilor
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Hi Thomas !

first i want to thank you for replying to my question .

due to your answare another question is arise : it's not a secret that ABAP code is stored somewhere within R/3 environment and my question is where ?? in DB table or in SAP Kernel ?

or in another place .

Former Member
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Hi,

try the table TRDIR. I could not check if it is the right table in a system. Only from old code I had.

/Anders

Former Member
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TRDIR gives the general attributes of a program, not the actual code lines...

My suspicion is that this is a closely guarded secret that only a few, select members of the inner SAP ABAP freemason's community knows about. The table name is probably passed on from member to member via a secret ritual, possibly during some annual top secret internal ABAP congress held in the dungeons under Walldorf.

I've tried to debug SE38, but to no avail. Also, even a simple transaction like SE38 is now object-based, which of course makes things even more difficult to debug/trace.

I guess we'll never know unless someone bothers to run an SQL to check the contents of all the SAP tables on the operating system level...

Trond

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Well, I actually stumbled across what seems to be a good candidate for further exploration: table REPOSRC stores program data including a field named DATA ("Source Code (Compressed)"). However, even though this is a transparent table, you cannot view the contents (error message pops up explaining that this view is write-protected...) I assume we'll have to log on to the SQL tool that comes with miniSAP and check the table there.

Trond

Former Member
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Hello overthere,

I 'm currently looking to find a system on which I could train my ABAP programming skills so what I'm looking for is a course on ABAP that I can immediately transform into practice by exercicing on a teaching environment. Does anyone can help me?

Th. Renaer

threnaer@hotmail.com

dirk_feeken
Advisor
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I recommend the book "ABAP Objects: Introduction to Programming SAP Applications

" by Horst Keller and Sascha Kruger. It contains the CDs for your own SAP system ( WebAS ABAP formerly known as Basis system) so that you can try everything yourself.

For playing around with the latest ABAP server version, the Web AS 6.20 ABAP is also available at the SAP shop http://www.sap.com/shop ->Knowledge Shop -> General -> Web AS

($30)

Dirk

gregorw
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Hello,

If you are a Linux user, you can order a Linux Test Drive of the Web AS 6.10 for free from:

http://www.sap.com/solutions/netweaver/linux/eval/was/

Best regards

Gregor

Former Member
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hi greg,

i think the link is rite, but there in the list of countries India does not feature ...

what to do , please help

henry_jones
Participant
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You can order the ABAP Objects books. They contain a CD which allows you to load a SAP system on a PC.

Former Member
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Is Indonesia aggligible to order, cause I don't see Indonesia in country list