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SAP Business Objects Data services Designer Guide

SAP Business Objects Data services Designer Guide

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A real-time job can use application functions to operate on data. You can
include tables as input or output parameters to the function.

Application functions require input values for some parameters and some
to prepare the appropriate inputs.

To make up the input, you can specify the top-level table, top-level columns,
and any tables nested one-level down relative to the tables listed in the
FROM clause of the context calling the function. If the application function
includes a structure as an input parameter, you must specify the individual
columns that make up the structure.

A data flow may contain several steps that call a function, retrieve results,
then shape the results into the columns and tables required for a response.

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