These fields are then available again singly, and can be used for further steps.
Note: The operation shown in Fig. 5 is only possible, of course, if the field lengths originally defined in the table layout (in this example 4) are known and always the same (see details of space above).
The procedure for combining fields is admittedly nothing unusual, especially when working with SAP® data or multiple tables. Here you need key fields to uniquely identify data records. Just one field is often not enough, so you have to resort to combined fields.
Our next blog posting will go into this and show you how ACL™ manages to work an analysis across multiple tables.
I hope you were able to learn something from this posting, and can use it working with ACL™.
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