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Mass run MD02

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TABLES: MARC,
        MARA.

***    DO NOT CHANGE - the generated data section - DO NOT CHANGE    ***
*
*   If it is nessesary to change the data section use the rules:
*   1.) Each definition of a field exists of two lines
*   2.) The first line shows exactly the comment
*       '* data element: ' followed with the data element
*       which describes the field.
*       If you don't have a data element use the
*       comment without a data element name
*   3.) The second line shows the fieldname of the
*       structure, the fieldname must consist of
*       a fieldname and optional the character '_' and
*       three numbers and the field length in brackets
*   4.) Each field must be type C.
*
*** Generated data section with specific formatting - DO NOT CHANGE  ***
data: begin of record OCCURS 0,
* data element: MATNR
        MATNR_001(018),
* data element: WERKS_D
        WERKS_002(004),
* data element: VERSL
        VERSL_003(005),
* data element: BANER
        BANER_004(001),
* data element: LIFKZ
        LIFKZ_005(001),
* data element: DISER
        DISER_006(001),
* data element: PLMOD
        PLMOD_007(001),
* data element: TRMPL
        TRMPL_008(001),
* data element: PLALL
        PLALL_009(001),
* data element: ANZLS
        ANZLS_010(001),
      end of record.

*** End generated data section ***
DATA: D_LINE(5)  TYPE N.

SELECT-OPTIONS: S_MATNR FOR MARC-MATNR MEMORY ID M01.
SELECT-OPTIONS: S_WERKS FOR MARC-WERKS OBLIGATORY.

SELECT * FROM MARC WHERE LVORM =  SPACE
                     AND MATNR IN S_MATNR
                     AND WERKS IN S_WERKS.
      CLEAR MARA.
      SELECT SINGLE * FROM MARA WHERE MATNR  = MARC-MATNR
                                 AND MTART IN ('HALB',
                                                'FERT').

      IF SY-SUBRC <> 0.   CONTINUE.   ENDIF.

      RECORD-MATNR_001 = MARC-MATNR.
      RECORD-WERKS_002 = MARC-WERKS.
      RECORD-VERSL_003 = 'NETCH'.
      RECORD-BANER_004 = 2.
      RECORD-LIFKZ_005 = 3.
      RECORD-DISER_006 = 1.
      RECORD-PLMOD_007 = 3.
      RECORD-TRMPL_008 = 2.
      RECORD-PLALL_009 = 'X'.
      RECORD-ANZLS_010 = 'X'.

      ADD  1  TO  D_LINE.
      WRITE:/ D_LINE NO-ZERO, RECORD-MATNR_001, RECORD-WERKS_002.

      APPEND RECORD.
      CLEAR  RECORD.
ENDSELECT.

include bdcrecx1.

start-of-selection.
perform open_group.

LOOP AT RECORD.

perform bdc_dynpro      using 'SAPMM61X' '0150'.
perform bdc_field       using 'BDC_CURSOR'
                              'RM61X-MATNR'.
perform bdc_field       using 'BDC_OKCODE'
                              '/00'.
perform bdc_field       using 'RM61X-MATNR'
                              record-MATNR_001.
perform bdc_field       using 'RM61X-WERKS'
                              record-WERKS_002.
perform bdc_field       using 'RM61X-VERSL'
                              record-VERSL_003.
perform bdc_field       using 'RM61X-BANER'
                              record-BANER_004.
perform bdc_field       using 'RM61X-LIFKZ'
                              record-LIFKZ_005.
perform bdc_field       using 'RM61X-DISER'
                              record-DISER_006.
perform bdc_field       using 'RM61X-PLMOD'
                              record-PLMOD_007.
perform bdc_field       using 'RM61X-TRMPL'
                              record-TRMPL_008.
perform bdc_field       using 'RM61X-PLALL'
                              record-PLALL_009.
perform bdc_field       using 'RM61X-ANZLS'
                              record-ANZLS_010.
perform bdc_dynpro      using 'SAPMSSY0' '0120'.
perform bdc_field       using 'BDC_OKCODE'
                              '=XBAC'.
perform bdc_transaction using 'MD02'.

ENDLOOP.
perform close_group.

*--- End of Program

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