SAP Function Modules

SALS_GLOBAL_SEGMENT_SET_SYSID SAP Function module








SALS_GLOBAL_SEGMENT_SET_SYSIDis a standard SAP function module available within R/3 SAPsystems depending on your version and release level. Below is the pattern details for this FM showing its interface including any import/export parameters, exceptions etc as well as any documentation contributions specific to the object. See here to view full function module documentation and code listing, simply by entering the name SALS_GLOBAL_SEGMENT_SET_SYSID into the relevant SAP transaction such as SE37 or SE80.

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Pattern for FM SALS_GLOBAL_SEGMENT_SET_SYSID - SALS GLOBAL SEGMENT SET SYSID
Associated Function Group: SALS
Released Date: Not Released
CALL FUNCTION 'SALS_GLOBAL_SEGMENT_SET_SYSID' "
  EXPORTING
    sysid =                     " sy-sysid
  EXCEPTIONS
    C_CALL_FAILED = 1           "
    .  "  SALS_GLOBAL_SEGMENT_SET_SYSID

ABAP code example for SALS_GLOBAL_SEGMENT_SET_SYSID Function Module

The ABAP code below is a full code listing to execute function module SALS_GLOBAL_SEGMENT_SET_SYSID including all data declarations. The code uses the latest IN-LINE DATA DECLARATION SYNTAX but I have included an ABAP code snipet at the end to show how declarations would look using the original method of declaring data variables up front. This will allow you to compare and fully understand the new inline method. Please note some of the newer syntax such as the @DATA is not available until a later 4.70 service pack (SP8).

DATA(ld_sysid) = 'some text here'.. CALL FUNCTION 'SALS_GLOBAL_SEGMENT_SET_SYSID' EXPORTING sysid = ld_sysid EXCEPTIONS C_CALL_FAILED = 1 . " SALS_GLOBAL_SEGMENT_SET_SYSID
IF SY-SUBRC EQ 0. "All OK ELSEIF SY-SUBRC EQ 1. "Exception "Add code for exception here ENDIF.

ABAP code to compare 7.40 inline data declaration with original syntax

The below ABAP code uses the older none in-line data declarations. This allows you to see the coding differences/benefits of the later inline syntax. It may also be useful if you are using an older version of SAP as some of the newer syntax above, such as the @DATA is not available until 4.70 EHP 8.
DATA:
ld_sysid TYPE SY-SYSID .

ld_sysid = 'some text here'..