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... OPTIONS $[clear = val$]
$[data_refs = val$]
$[initial_components = val$]
$[technical_types = val$]
$[value_handling = val$]
$[exceptions = val$]
$[xml_header = val$] ...
The addition OPTIONS enables predefined transformation options to be specified, to which specific values can be assigned to control transformations. The values must be specified in data objects val of type c or string. Each transformation option may only be specified once. Multiple values separated by blanks can be specified for a transformation option in val. If an invalid value is specified for a transformation option, a catchable exception of class CX_SY_TRANS_OPTION_ERROR is raised.
The transformations apply to XML and to JSON, if applicable.
The transformation option clear controls how the ABAP target fields are initialized when deserializing from XML or JSON to ABAP.
|all||All target fields specified after RESULT are initialized before calling the transformation. This is the recommended setting.|
|supplied||In ST, the target fields which have a root node assigned to them in the ST program are initialized before calling the transformation. In XSLT, target fields for which a root node exists in the XML data are initialized before importing the nodes. Other target fields keep their value.|
|none||Default, the target fields specified after RESULT are not initialized, except for internal tables|
Using the default setting (none) can become critical when nonexistent or empty elements are deserialized
to data objects. In the case of nonexistent elements, all data objects keep their original values. In
the case of empty elements, structures keep their values. In cases like this, it is advisable to use clear with the value "all".
The transformation option data_refs specifies the output of data references if the transformation is from ABAP to XML or JSON.
|no||Default in ST; no data references are produced.|
|heap||Default in XSLT and only possible there; data referenced using heap references is output as subelements of the asXML elements asx:heap or the asJSON object %heap. Data objects referenced using stack references are not serialized.|
|heap-or-error||Only possible in XSLT. Like heap, but the exception CX_REFERENCE_NOT_SERIALIZABLE is raised if the data to be serialized contains stack references.|
|heap-or-create||Only possible in XSLT. Like heap, but data objects referenced using stack references are handled like data objects referenced using heap references.|
|embedded||Only possible in XSLT. Referenced data objects are output with the reference. It is not possible to deserialize XML data created in this way, since the identity of the objects is lost when serialized.|
The exception CX_REFERENCE_NOT_SERIALIZABLE cannot be caught by specifying it directly. It can only be caught by specifying CX_XSLT_SERIALIZATION_ERROR.
For information about the differences between serializing to heap and embedded elements, see
Serializations to Heap or Embedded.
The transformation option initial_components controls the output of initial structure components when transforming from ABAP to XML or JSON.
|include||Initial components of structures are output.|
|suppress_boxed||Default; does not output initial boxed components of structures; initial components of all other structures are output.|
|suppress||Initial components of structures are not output.|
The transformation option technical_types controls the behavior if no type description can be serialized when serializing data references to asXML or asJSON. This is the case when the technical type attributes of the dynamic type of the data reference variable are known, but the type does not have a name (or it only has a technical name).
|error||Default in XSLT and only possible there. The serialization of a data reference variable with a dynamic type without a name raises the exception CX_REFERENCE_NOT_SERIALIZABLE.|
|ignore||Only possible in XSLT. A data reference variable with a dynamic type without a name is ignored in serializations.|
The transformation option value_handling controls the tolerance of conversions when mapping elementary ABAP types.
|default||Default setting; in serializations, an invalid value in a field of type n raises the exception CX_SY_CONVERSION_NO_NUMBER. When deserializing, the exception CX_SY_CONVERSION_DATA_LOSS is raised if target fields of the types c, n, or x are too short or the exception CX_SY_CONVERSION_LOST_DECIMALS is raised if target fields of the type p have too few decimal places.|
|move||Only possible in serializations. Invalid values in a field of type n are copied to XML or JSON without being changed.|
|accept_data_loss||Only possible in deserializations. If target fields of types c, n, or x are too short, surplus data for c and x is cut off on the right and surplus data for n is cut off on the left.|
|accept_decimals_loss||Only possible in deserializations. If target fields of the type p have too few decimal places, they are rounded up to the available decimal places.|
|reject_illegal_characters||Only possible in deserializations. If a value to be deserialized contains characters that do not match the encoding of the XML data or JSON data, nor the current code page of AS ABAP, an exception of the type CX_SY_CONVERSION_CODEPAGE is raised. If the XML or JSON data is passed as an iXML input stream, the setting of the iXML parser overrides the encoding of the XML or JSON data.|
If value_handling = 'reject_illegal_characters' is specified, for example, an exception is raised
if, in the XML header of XML data in the Latin-1 character set, encoding="utf-8" is specified and the XML data contains characters other than those of the 7-bit ASCII character set.
The transformation option exceptions controls the behavior of exceptions packed in CX_TRANSFORMATION_ERROR or its subclasses.
|resumable||Only in deserializations with ST. Exceptions of the class CX_ST_DESERIALIZATION_ERROR are raised as resumable exceptions of the class. If they are handled using CATCH BEFORE UNWIND, the target field for which the exception was raised is given its type-dependent initial value and the attribute RESULT_REF_FOR_RESUME of the exception object contains a data reference to this target field. The terminated transformation can be resumed using RESUME.|
If the transformation option exceptions = 'resumable' is specified, an exception of the class CX_ST_DESERIALIZATION_ERROR, that wraps an original exception behaves as if it were raised as a resumable exception.
Resumable raising of an exception in the deserialization of a character that does not represent a number
to a numeric target field. The attribute RESULT_REF_FOR_RESUME points to the target field field1,
to which a negative value is assigned to demonstrate that the deserialization did not work. The deserialization
is then resumed using RESUME and field2 is given the value 2 from the XML file.
The transformation option xml_header controls the output of the XML header when transforming to XML and writing to a data object of type c, string, or to an internal table.
|no||No XML header is output.|
|without_encoding||An XML header is output without specifying the encoding.|
|full||Default; an XML header is output and encoding is specified.|