Simple Transformation of Internal Table Using Tx- XSLT_TOOL / STRANS ( ABAP-> XML)

 This post demonstrates how to transform any ABAP structured table data to XML format So that it can be passed to any third party system for further action. Here let’s convert a table  records to xml data.

Step-1.  We need to transform this table record into xml structure.

Step-2. Create the below structure with the required fields.

Step-3. Go to Tx- SXLT_TOOL to create a transformation.

Step-4.  Provide a transformation name & click on Create button.

Step-5. Provide a text and choose Simple Transformation and continue.

Step-6. Save it and click on the Tab SourceCde.

Step-7. Click on the wizard(Graphical ) button.

Step-8. Right click on the ROOT and choose Insert New Root from the option.

Step-9. Provide a root name and the structure  & select the check box Line type. Bcoz our intention is to create a table and we are having a structure which will act as a line type. Also we can create a table type by using this structure in Tx-SE11 and use this table type name and no need to select the check box Line-Type.

Step-10. The below screen appears. Here we can see there is a table icon left to the node name. Now drag the Node ‘FLIGHT_TABLE’ & drop on the right side Under Simple Transformation tab.

Step-11.  The screen appears as shown below. Now activate the transformation and Go Back.

Step-12. The below code generated automatically with our node creation and Drag Drop.

Step-13. Create a program, declare table and fill the record there. Call the above created transformation and pass the table and get the xml table back & display it by FM or abap method.

Step-14. The output looks like as below.



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