HANDLETYPE is a standard field within SAP Table SWT_LOGCAT that stores Technical Trace Variant information.
Below is the list of attribute values for the HANDLETYPE field including its length, data type, description text, associated data element, search help etc... You could also view this information on your SAP system if you enter the table name SWT_LOGCAT or data type HANDLETYPE into the relevant SAP transactions such as SE11 or SE80 etc.
Also check out the Contributions section below to add and view useful hints, tips and screen shots specific to this SAP table field. These details can also be found quickly in the future by simply searching on the SAP object name or its description.
In this post, I will try and describe everything you need to know about the SAP handletype-SWT_LOGCAT field. Including example ABAP code to show you how to select data, attributes/info such as that it is a none Key Field of table SWT_LOGCAT and that it stores Technical Trace Variant
|Short Description:||Technical Trace Variant.|
|Position of field in table:||0004|
|Used for foreign key relationship so that entries are restricted to those that appear within the primary key of the check table.
|Number of Decimals||000000|
|Internal type(i.e. C,I,N):||C|
|Internal Length(in Bytes):||000002|
|Can field have NULL value?:||Yes|
|Data Element / Component Type:||SWT_HNDTYP|
|Reference field for currency/qty fields:|
|Origin of Search help:||F - Input help with fixed values|
|The search help functionality for this field is implemented via the assignment of fixed values contained within the Domain (see Domain details for more details).|
|Search help attached to field:|
|Is field a table (i.e. nested table):||No|
|Depth for structured types:||00|
|Component Type:||Data Element|
|Is allocated Language Field?:|
|If a table/structure contains more than 1 language field (i.e. data type LANG) this flag denotes which one is used for the text language
|Object Referenced type:|
|Position of field in database:||0000|
|Check table name of the foreign key:|
|Cardinality of a relationship:|
|Message for unsuccessful foreign key check:|