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47 A CASE command must be terminated by an ENDCASE command. The WHEN OTHERS section is optional. 6.17 Calling ABAP Subroutines: PERFORM You can use the PERFORM command to call an ABAP subroutine (form) from any program,
subject to the normal ABAP runtime authorization checking. You can use such calls to
subroutines for carrying out calculations, for obtaining data from the database that is needed at
display or print time, for formatting data, and so on.
PERFORM commands, like all control commands, are executed when a document is formatted
for display or printing. Communication between a subroutine that you call and the document is
by way of symbols whose values are set in the subroutine.
Syntax in a form window:
/: PERFORM <form> IN PROGRAM <prog>
/: USING &INVAR1&
/: USING &INVAR2&
......
/: CHANGING &OUTVAR1&
/: CHANGING &OUTVAR2&
......
/: ENDPERFORM
INVAR1
and INVAR2 are variable symbols and may be of any of the four SAPscript symbol types.
OUTVAR1 and OUTVAR2 are local text symbols and must therefore be character strings. The ABAP subroutine called via the command line stated above must be defined in the ABAP
report prog as follows:
FORM <form> TABLES IN_TAB STRUCTURE ITCSY
OUT_TAB STRUCTURE ITCSY.
...
ENDFORM.
The values of the SAPscript symbols passed with /: USING... are now stored in the internal
table IN_TAB . Note that the system passes the values as character string to the subroutine,
since the field Feld VALUE in structure ITCSY has the domain TDSYMVALUE (CHAR 80). See
the example below on how to access the variables.
The internal table OUT_TAB contains names and values of the CHANGING parameters in the
PERFORM statement. These parameters are local text symbols, that is, character fields. See
the example below on how to return the variables within the subroutine.
From within a SAPscript form, a subroutine GET_BARCODE in the ABAP program
QCJPERFO is called. Then the simple barcode contained there (`First page', `Next
page', `Last page') is printed as local variable symbol.
Definition in the SAPscript form:
/: PERFORM GET_BARCODE IN PROGRAM QCJPERFO
/: USING &PAGE&
/: USING &NEXTPAGE&
/: CHANGING &BARCODE&
/: ENDPERFORM
/
/ &BARCODE&
Coding of the calling ABAP program:
REPORT QCJPERFO.
FORM GET_BARCODE TABLES IN_PAR STUCTURE ITCSY
OUT_PAR STRUCTURE ITCSY.
DATA: PAGNUM LIKE SY-TABIX,
"page number NEXTPAGE LIKE SY-TABIX. "number of next page READ TABLE IN_PAR WITH KEY `PAGE'.
CHECK SY-SUBRC = 0.
PAGNUM = IN_PAR-VALUE.

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