I would be very grateful for your help. I want to dynamically create the where clause of a select statement. I am able to do it when the actual where clause is static but it fails when using results from an internal table.
* define the internal table which will
* hold the where clause
data w_clause_b(80) occurs 10 with header line.
data : count_rec type i.
* select the transaction which will be * used in the select statement
select-options: s_trx for tstc-tcode no intervals obligatory
move 'tcode in s_trx' to where_tab.
SELECT COUNT( * ) INTO COUNT_REC
WHERE STARTDATE GE RAW_DATE_FR
AND STARTDATE LE RAW_DATE_TO
It works when I use:
concatenate 'tcode =' '''VA01''' into where_tab separated by space.
I have also tried various combinations including:
concatenate 'tcode in' s_trx into where_tab separated by space.
I can't tell why yours isn't working! I've created the following small program which does pretty much what yours does and it works fine.
DATA where_tab(80) OCCURS 10 WITH HEADER LINE.
DATA : count_rec TYPE i.
SELECT-OPTIONS: s_trx FOR tstc-tcode NO INTERVALS OBLIGATORY
MOVE 'tcode in s_trx' TO where_tab.
SELECT COUNT( * ) INTO count_rec
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