|What is variant?
Variants allow you to save sets of input values for programs that you often start with the same selections. You can use them for any programs except subroutine pools (type S).
Variants are an interface between the user and the selection screen. They can be used both in dialog and in background mode, although their uses are slightly different.
If you often run the same program with the same set of selections (for example, to create a monthly statistical report), you can save the values in a selection set called a variant.
You can also use variants to change the appearance of
the selection screen by hiding selection criteria. This is particularly
useful when you are working with large selection screens on which not all
of the fields are relevant variants plays an importent role while a program
executing under background mode.
Useful Variant Program Run from SE38/SA38
RSDEL_INVALID_SV_TV_VARIANTS Deletion of screen and transaction variants with invalid names
RS_FIND_JOBS_WITHOUT_VARIANT Find Jobs without Program Variants
RSAQ_REPAIR_LAYOUT_VARIANTS Repair of layout variants for SAP query
RSDBVARV Where-used list for selection variables in variants
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