Syntax for Infotypes

Basic form

INFOTYPES nnnn.

nnnn between 0000 and 0999: HR master data info types
nnnn between 1000 and 1999: HR planning data info types
nnnn between 2000 and 2999: HR time data info types
nnnn between 3000 and 8999: Not yet used
nnnn between 9000 and 9999: Customer-specific info types

Additions

1. ... NAME c
2. ... OCCURS occ
3. ... MODE N
4. ... VALID FROM begin TO end

Effect

Declares the HR info type nnnn . Creates an internal table as follows:

DATA BEGIN OF Pnnnn OCCURS 10.

INCLUDE STRUCTURE Pnnnn.

DATA END OF Pnnnn VALID BETWEEN BEGDA AND

ENDDA.

Example

INFOTYPES: 0000, 0001, 0002.

Addition 1

... NAME c

Effect

c is a name

c is a name up to 20 characters long. Creates an internal table as follows:

DATA BEGIN OF c OCCURS 10.
INCLUDE STRUCTURE Pnnnn.
DATA END OF c VALID BETWEEN BEGDA AND ENDDA.

Example

INFOTYPES: 0005 NAME VACATION, 0006 NAME ADDRESS.

Addition 2

... OCCURS occ

Effect

occ is a number for the OCCURS value. Creates an internal table as follows:

DATA BEGIN OF c OCCURS m.
INCLUDE STRUCTURE Pnnnn.
DATA END OF c VALID BETWEEN BEGDA AND ENDDA.

Example

INFOTYPES 0003 OCCURS 1.

Addition 3

... MODE N

Applies only to the HR logical databases PNP and PCH .

Effect

The info type tables are not filled by GET PERNR (logical database PNP ) or GET OBJEC (logical database PCH ). The effect of the INFOTYPES statement is then the same as the data declaration of an internal table .

Example

INFOTYPES: 2001 MODE N, 2002 MODE N, 2003 MODE N.

Addition 4

... VALID FROM begin TO end.

... VALID FROM begin TO end.

Effect

This addition should only be used with the logical database PNP .

GET PERNR retrieves only those info type records which are valid within the time range ( begin and end ) specified. begin and end are dates with the format YYYYMMDD.

Example

INFOTYPES: 0007 VALID FROM 19910101 TO 19911231.

Note

Each info type has a formal description in the ABAP/4 Dictionary as table Pnnnn .

If you enter SHOW INFOTYPES nnnn in the editor command line, the system displays information about the info type nnnn .

If you enter SHOW INFOTYPES * , you see a list of all info types.


Work flow for MM PART 5

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  3. what is the alternative to Infotypes ( now obsolete statement ) in Unicode program?

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