SAP OOP ABAP Method of IF_CUX_CONV_PART_OF_EXT2INT

CONV_IBCO SAP Method - BTE Format







  

Below is documentation, parameters and attributes of ABAP Method NUMBER_FORMAT_TO_ENDIAN within SAP class IF_CUX_CONV_PART_OF_EXT2INT. There is also a number of example ABAP code snipts to help you use the functionality of this method.

This method is available within SAP systems depending on your version and release level, you can view further information by entering the class name IF_CUX_CONV_PART_OF_EXT2INT into the relevant SAP transactions such as SE24 or SE80, and then selecting the method you are interested in.

Method Type



Instance Method - This is an Instance Method so needs to be instantiated first before you can access any of the methods. I.e. you need to create a local variable of TYPE ref to the class.

The following technical details of method CONV_IBCO can also be found below:

  • Importing parameters
  • Exporting parameters
  • Changing parameters
  • Returning parameters
  • Exceptions
  • Coding Examples


Parameters of Method CONV_IBCO


NameTypeData TypeDescriptionDefault Value
IO_APPL_LOGImportingTYPE REF TO
CL_CUX_APPL_LOG
CUX: Application LOG
IV_DELTA_LOADImportingTYPE
BOOLEAN
Boolean Variable (X=true, -=false, space=unknown)
IV_LOGSYSImportingTYPE
LOGSYS
Logical System
CS_STREF_EXTChangingTYPE
CUX_EXP_IBSTREF
IB: Export Structure for BOM Reference



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Exceptions of Method CONV_IBCO

CX_CUX_CBASE_HANDLING - Error Handling CBase (CUX)

Example ABAP coding


DATA: lo_class TYPE REF TO IF_CUX_CONV_PART_OF_EXT2INT.
DATA: lv_CS_STREF_EXT TYPE CUX_EXP_IBSTREF,
lv_IO_APPL_LOG TYPE CL_CUX_APPL_LOG,
lv_IV_DELTA_LOAD TYPE BOOLEAN,
lv_IV_LOGSYS TYPE LOGSYS,
lv_other TYPE c.

CALL METHOD lo_class=>CONV_IBCO(
EXPORTING
IO_APPL_LOG = lv_IO_APPL_LOG
IV_DELTA_LOAD = lv_IV_DELTA_LOAD
IV_LOGSYS = lv_IV_LOGSYS
CHANGING
CS_STREF_EXT = lv_CS_STREF_EXT ).

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IF_CUX_C...
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