How to make a table field to store a lowercase value?

By Jayshree Santosh Mahajan, Cognizant

Introduction:

This article elaborates you how to make table field stores lowercase values. By default it stores upper case values.

Steps:

1.     Create a demo table say ZDEMO_TABLE.

2.     Generate table maintenance for this.

3.     Now create new entries with the help of transaction SM30.

4.     Below screen will appear. Click on New entries.

5.     Enter value and save.

6.     Data will be saved in the capital letters as below.

Or check entries using transaction SE16.

7.     Now we want to store the entries in lowercase. Here are the steps to achieve this.

a.     Go to the domain of the field to which you want to store values in lowercase.

b.    Click on Change/display button.

 

c.     Check the lower Case check box.

d.    Save and activate the domain.

e.     Now again create new entries with the help tcode SM30. Enter values and save.

Output:

Values will be stored in the given case.

Or Check at tcode SE16.

In this way we can make a field to store lower case values.

Also, we can determine whether a field stores lower case value or not by checking the “Lower Case” check box of its domain. If this is checked then it will store both lower case and upper case. If it is not checked then it will store only upper case values.

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