Structures are defined in the ABAP Dictionary. Only field names defined in the structure can be used in the decision tree. For further information on the ABAP Dictionary, please refer to the documentation on the ABAP Workbench under BC ABAP Dictionary in the SAP Library.
Back value structure name
If the back value consists of more than one value for field return or of more than one column for table return, you can enter the name of a suitable structure here.
The system proposes the individual fields of this structure when you choose the create or changefunctions in the decision tree. If the fields have a check table or fixed values, these values are displayed as input help, and the entries are checked against these values.
For technical reasons, the structure of the back value can have a maximum size of 42 bytes. You can enter either a structure name or field name for the back value.
Back value field name
If the field has a check table or refers to a domain with fixed values, the system will propose the key values of the check table or the fixed values as possible back values. This occurs when you are using the create or change functions in the decision tree.
You must enter the back value in the form Table name - Field name , for example, P0001-ABKRS . You can enter either a structure name or field name for the back value.
The transfer type determines whether the back value should be a field transfer (1) or a table transfer (2).
If this field is flagged, the feature is created as a subfeature. The subfeature is included in the main feature. You can find further information in Decision Tree for a Feature .
Valid field names for decisions
As the person responsible for the feature, select the fields that can be used in the decision tree for the feature. You select these from the fields defined for the feature structure.