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CLASS-METHODS meth FOR DDL OBJECT
$[OPTIONS CDS CLIENT REQUIRED$].
1. ... OPTIONS CDS CLIENT REQUIRED.
Methods defined with FOR DDL OBJECT are used to support DDL objects with AMDP. For example, the following DDL objects can be used with AMDP:
Database tables are not considered as DDL objects.
The methods have the following characteristics:
The method implementation must be included for the respective DDL object following the syntax outlined
in the topic METHOD, BY DATABASE ....
... OPTIONS CDS CLIENT REQUIRED.
Informs the caller of the method that another client is used. The methods using FOR DDL OBJECT can be based on DDIC artifacts and are therefore client-dependent. Currently, the addition is only required if a graph workspace is defined using client-dependent views.
The example - Graph processing demonstrates graph processing using a graph workspace and a graph procedure. In this context, a graph workspace is declared using the CLASS-METHODS statement with the addition FOR DDL OBJECT.