Specifying Individual Operands
There are three ways to specify the names of operands:
The name of the operand must be specified directly. If the name of a data object is specified, the specified name is used and not the content of the data object.
Specifying Names Dynamically in Parentheses
For some statements that are designed to be specified statically, there is a syntax form that allows the name of a character-like data object to be specified in parentheses in the operand position. At the time of execution, the data object must contain the actual name of the operand.
For statements that contain lists of operands or whole parts of statements, an internal table with a character-like row type can often be specified in parentheses. The table rows must then contain the names of the individual operands.
Specifying Names Dynamically
In many operand positions, the system expects character-like data objects that contain the actual names of the individual operands at the time of execution. To enable these operands tp be specified statically, literals must be used.
In some rare cases, there may be exceptions to these rules, where operands must be set in parentheses or quotation marks as literals, but no data objects can be specified. This is noted in the corresponding syntax descriptions.
CALL FUNCTION dobj.