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    Header command line (NO USE)>>

    Use>>
    Here you can enter the following commands:
    (A)TTACH

    The cursor is positioned on the specified line.
    CHECK

    The schema is checked for correctness.
    (F)ETCH

    A different schema is called.
    FIND

    The system searches for a word.
    (I)NSERT

    Empty lines are added below the last line of the editor screen.
    PRINT

    The schema is displayed on the screen in list form. You can select whether you would like to list the subschemas or whether the logical blocks of the schema should be indented for purposes of clarity. The list can then be printed.

    (R)EPLACE
    All are replaced by .
    (U)PDATE

    The schema is saved.

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    Line number>>
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    The following commands can be entered here:

    *
    Displays the marked with an asterisk as the first line on the editor screen.

    A (A)fter
    Target line for a C/CC or M/MM command; the line(s) are copied/moved to behind this line.

    B (B)efore
    Target line for a C/CC or M/MM command; the line(s) are copied/moved in front of this line.

    C (C)opy
    Copies a line; you must specify to where the line should be copied, see commands A and B.

    CC ... CC (C)opy
    Copies this block of lines; you must specify to where these lines should be copied, see commands A and B.

    M (M)ove
    Moves this line; you must specify to where this line should be moved, see commands A and B.

    MM ... MM (M)ove
    Moves this block of lines; you must specify to where these lines should be moved, see commands A and B.

    I (I)nsert
    Inserts a line behind this line.

    In (I)nsert
    Inserts 'n' lines behind this line.

    D (D)elete
    Deletes this line.

    DD ... DD (D)elete
    Deletes this block of lines.

    R (R)epeat
    Duplicates this line.

    Rn (R)epeat
    Duplicates this line 'n' times.

    XX ... XX
    Stores this block of lines in the X buffer.

    X
    Copies the contents of the X buffer to behind this line.

    >> >
    Explodes a subschema. This command can only be used if a line contains the COPY function and the line is activated. This line is deactivated, the exploded schema line is inserted, and its end indicated by END OF COPY ....

    <> >
    Undoes a schema explosion. This command undoes the > command. The area between the COPY and END OF COPY.... function is deleted and the COPY function line is reactivated. The exploded schema is not saved so that changes have no effect.

    RESET (R)eset
    Deletes the line command.




    Like if you wanted to add one Coloum in 000050 so just do 00005I and enter

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    It is Denoted by Function

    To read the Function Doc Use F1

    Example for Function COM, COPY, INTAX...

    Functions are pre-defined by SAP


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    Just use F1 one the function to take you to the document. Like COM



    Comment lines in a schema >>

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    Function COM creates comment lines which explain the meaning of a schema >>and thus the type of payroll generated with this schema. >>
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    Lines with the function 'COM' can be located anywhere in a payroll >>schema. >>
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    Note >>
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    This function is used without specifying parameters. >>

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    First parameter

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    Definition>>
    Parameters are used to provide a more exact definition of functions. The following is determined for each function parameter:
    can entries be made?
    are entries required?
    what is the parameter's significance?
    which parameter values are allowed?
    Use>>
    Please refer to the documentation on each function to discover which parameters can or even must be set.




    If Function is COPY so next PAR 1 always should be Sub-schema

    If Function PIT so Par 1 will be PCR

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    This is one Sub-schema


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    Second parameter>>
    Definition>>
    Parameters are used to provide a more exact definition of functions. The following is determined for each function parameter:
    can entries be made?
    are entries required?
    what is the parameter's significance?
    which parameter values are allowed?
    Use>>
    Please refer to the documentation on each function to discover which parameters can or even must be set.



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    You can also see the possible entries by using F1

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    Same for Par 3 & Par 4

    Third parameter
    Definition>>
    Parameters are used to provide a more exact definition of functions. The following is determined for each function parameter:
    can entries be made?
    are entries required?
    what is the parameter's significance?
    which parameter values are allowed?
    Use>>
    Please refer to the documentation on each function to discover which parameters can or even must be set.
    > >
    Fourth parameter>>
    Parameters are used to provide a more exact definition of functions. The following is determined for each function parameter:
    can entries be made?
    are entries required?
    what is the parameter's significance?
    which parameter values are allowed?
    Use>>
    Please refer to the documentation on each function to discover which parameters can or even must be set.

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