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RSBQDUMP SAP ABAP Report - Display internal data of query objects (old version)

RSBQDUMP is a standard Executable ABAP Report available within your SAP system (depending on your version and release level). Below is the basic information available for this SAP report including which OBJECTS it interacts with such as TABLES, FUNCTION MODULES, INCLUDES ETC. Also check out the submitted Comments related to this SAP report or see any standard documentation available.

If you would like to execute this report or see the full code listing simply enter RSBQDUMP into the relevant SAP transactions such as SE38 or SE80

ABAP code to call this SAP report using the submit statement

This report can be called from another progam/report simply by using the ABAP SUBMIT statement, see below for example ABAP code snipts of how to do this.

SUBMIT RSBQDUMP. "Basic submit
SUBMIT RSBQDUMP AND RETURN. "Return to original report after report execution complete
SUBMIT RSBQDUMP VIA SELECTION-SCREEN. "Display selection screen of submitted report to user
    See more syntax options for the ABAP SUBMIT statement

Text pool values

Selection Text: BGKAT = User group directory (x)
Selection Text: BG = User group
Selection Text: BEARB = Processing type (see below)
Selection Text: WS_ID = Work area ID
Selection Text: SGTYP = InfoSet type (S/G)
Selection Text: SGKAT = InfoSet directory (x)
Selection Text: SG = InfoSet
Selection Text: QUKAT = User group query directory
Selection Text: QUERY = Query
Selection Text: LINESIZE = Line width of list
Title: Display internal data of query objects (old version)
Text Symbol: 251 = Typ
Text Symbol: 252 = does not exist
Text Symbol: 100 = Proc. type must be either S or U
Text Symbol: 110 = InfoSet type must be S or G
Text Symbol: 200 = Unable to lock user group directory
Text Symbol: 210 = Unable to lock InfoSet directory
Text Symbol: 340 = Output user group query directory
Text Symbol: 331 = Typ
Text Symbol: 330 = Output InfoSet
Text Symbol: 220 = InfoSet
Text Symbol: 221 = cannot be blocked
Text Symbol: 230 = User group query directory
Text Symbol: 320 = Output InfoSet directory
Text Symbol: 310 = Output user group directory
Text Symbol: 262 = does not exist
Text Symbol: 261 = of user group
Text Symbol: 402 = database.
Text Symbol: 401 = This may cause irreparable damage to your query
Text Symbol: 400 = You are changing ABAP Query internal data.
Text Symbol: 260 = Query
Text Symbol: 350 = Output query
Text Symbol: 351 = of user group
Text Symbol: 360 = Table/structure/value:
Text Symbol: 370 = Index
Text Symbol: 500 = Backup log
Text Symbol: 510 = User group directory saved
Text Symbol: 520 = InfoSet directory saved

Text Symbol: 530 = InfoSet
Text Symbol: 531 = Typ
Text Symbol: 532 = Saved
Text Symbol: 540 = User group query directory
Text Symbol: 404 = query objects.
Text Symbol: 410 = Save all
Text Symbol: 420 = Save user group directory
Text Symbol: 430 = Save InfoSet directory
Text Symbol: 440 = Save InfoSet
Text Symbol: 450 = Save query directory
Text Symbol: 460 = Save query
Text Symbol: 541 = Saved
Text Symbol: 550 = Query
Text Symbol: 551 = of user group
Text Symbol: 552 = Saved
Text Symbol: 403 = Therefore, only your SAP consultant should repair internal
Text Symbol: 231 = cannot be blocked
Text Symbol: 240 = Query
Text Symbol: 241 = of user group
Text Symbol: 242 = cannot be blocked
Text Symbol: 250 = InfoSet



TABLES used within REPORT and the associated SELECT statement:

No SAP DATABASE tables are accessed within this REPORT code!

Function Modules used within report and the associated call statement:

No SAP FUNCTION MODULES are executed within this report code!

Contribute (Add Comments)

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The contribute/comments section below therefore offer's an opportunity for anyone to add additional information. This can be anything from useful hints, tips and screen shots to relevant SAP notes or anything else you feel is relevant to this report.

This will then be available for everyone to easily find by simply searching on the report name RSBQDUMP or its description.