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1. What is the typical structure of an ABAP/4 program? ANS:HEADER ,BODY,FOOTER. 2. What are field symbols and field groups.? Have you used component idx of structure clause with field groups? ANS:Field symbols:- Field groups :- Can any body explain me what is field group? Field groups are groups similar fields together into one name. Field group works in conjuction with INSERT f1 f2 INTO fg EXTRACT fg SORT BY fg LOOP ... ENDLOOP INSERT f1 f2 INTO fg --------------------- The insert sta
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  1. What is the typical structure of an ABAP/4 program?ANS:-HEADER ,BODY,FOOTER.2. What are field symbols and field groups.?Have you used component idx of structure clause with field groups?ANS:-Field symbols:-Field groups :-Can any body explain me what is field group?Field groups are groups similar fields together into one name. Field group works inconjuction withINSERT f1 f2 INTO fgEXTRACT fgSORT BY fgLOOP ... ENDLOOPINSERT f1 f2 INTO fg--------------------- The insert statement is used to create a field group dynamically by inserting the fieldinto it. Only global data fields can be inserted and not local data fields eg : in form  modules.EXTRACT fg---------- This will combine all the fields in the fieldgroup and write them to a sequentialdataset as a single record.SORT BY fg----------Sorting of sequential dataset by field group.LOOP AND ENDLOOP---------------LOOP.AT ***..........ENDAT.AT ***.........ENDAT.ENDLOOP. *-- Chinmaya  3. What should be the approach for writing a BDC program?ANS:-STEP 1: CONVERTING THE LEGACY SYSTEM DATA TO A FLAT FILE to internal tableCALLED CONVERSION .STEP 2: TRANSFERING THE FLAT FILE INTO SAP SYSTEM CALLED SAP DATA TRANSFER .STEP 3: DEPENDING UPON THE BDC TYPE i)call transaction(Write the programexplicity)ii) create sessions (sessions are created and processed.if success data willtransfer).4. What is a batch input session?ANS:-BATCH INPUT SESSION is an intermediate step between internal table and databasetable.Data along with the action is stored in session ie data for screen fields, to whichscreen it is passed,program name behind it, and how next screen is processed.5. What is the alternative to batch input session?ANS:-Call transaction.6. A situation: An ABAP program creates a batch input session.We need to submit the program and the batch session in back ground. How to doit?ANS:-go to SM36 and create background job by giving job name,job class and job steps (JOB SCHEDULING)  8. What are the problems in processing batch input sessions?How is batch input process different from processing online?ANS:-PROBLEMS:-i) If the user forgets to opt for keep session then the session will be automaticallyremoved from the session queue(log remains). However if session is processed wemay delete it manually.ii)if session processing fails data will not be transferred to SAP database table.10. What are the different types of data dictionary objects?ANS:-tables, structures, views, domains, data elements, lock objects, Matchcode objects. 11. How many types of tables exists and what are they in data dictionary?ans :-4 types of tablesi)Transparent tables - Exists with the same structure both in dictionary as well as indatabase exactly with the same data and fields. Both Opensql and Nativesql can beused.ii)Pool tables & iii)Cluster tables - These are logical tables that are arranged as records of transparent tables.one cannotuse native sql on these tables(only opensql).They are not managable directly using database system tools.iv)Internal tables - .12. What is the step by step process to create a table in data dictionary?

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