select statement question...
I need to get records from table anlc that is not deactivated so I joined it with table anla because that is where the field deakt is located. I need to get records where its deakt is initial but how can I declare it to my select statement since the word INITIAL cannot be included in a select statement. So here's what I did:
So, is the word NULL the same as initial?
SELECT SINGLE abukrs aanln1 agjahr aafabe a~knafa
akansw aanswl akaafa anafal
nafap aafap nafav nafag
FROM anlc as a
inner join anla as b
on aanln1 = banln1
INTO (it_anlc-bukrs, it_anlc-anln1, it_anlc-gjahr,
it_anlc-afabe, it_anlc-knafa, it_anlc-kansw,
it_anlc-answl, it_anlc-kaafa, it_anlc-nafal,
it_anlc-aafav, it_anlc-aafag, it_anlc-nafap,
it_anlc-aafap, it_anlc-nafav, it_anlc-nafag)
WHERE a~anln1 EQ it_finaltab-asset
AND a~bukrs IN r_iwerk
AND a~gjahr EQ gv_year
AND a~afabe EQ '01'
and b~deakt is null.
Manoj Gupta replied
Use b~deakt EQ lv_deakt.
data type of lv_deakt should besame has b~deakt.
whenever u declare the variable of any type.
ABAP automatically gives its initial value to the field.
lv_date type dats,
lv_time type tims.
Dont worry it works.