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List UIBB - Multi Field Search Help Value Assignment!

Hi,

I have editable list UIBB (FPM_LIST_UIBB_ATS), in which I have below two columns:

1. COUNTRY_KEY

2. COUNTRY_DESC

And, I have a Search Help that exports below two parameters

1. KEY

2. TEXT

Now, I would like to mark the list table COUNTRY_KEY as hidden/technical field and only show COUNTRY_DESC column to the user. And if they change the value COUNTRY_DESC using the above Search Help then the corresponding value for COUNTRY_KEY should also get updated.

I tried playing with the GET_DEFINITION methods ET_FIELD_DESCRIPTION parameters (*_REF) but with no luck.

Is this possible? If so, then how?

Thanks!

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  • Posted on May 27, 2013 at 04:56 PM

    So, I tried the same thing with a global structure created in SE11 with Search Help attributes mapped and this way it works. Isn't it possible to achieve the same with dynamic type creation within feeder class?

    Also, can anyone explain the purpose and how to use below fields of structure FPMGB_S_LISTFIELD_DESCR:

    • LINK & LINK_REF
    • READ_ONLY & READ_ONLY_REF
    • MANDATORY & MANDATORY_REF
    • DISABLED & ENABLED_REF
    • VISIBILITY & VISIBILITY_REF
    • TEXT & TEXT_REF

    Appreciate your response.. Thanks!

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    • Hi Gadde,

      FPMGB_S_LISTFIELD_DESCR is used to set the property like adding tool tip, fixed value for dropdown or check box, read only and other properties.

      • READ_ONLY - if the value is 'X' then field will be in read only mode.
      • MANDATORY - if the value is 'X'then field will be mandatory.
      • DISABLED - Field will be disable.
      • VISIBILITY - defines '02' to visible.
      • TEXT - Text to be displayed on UI.

      Note: To set the above properties you need to pass the field name to NAME.

      ex:

      ls_cat-name = 'ID'. "field name

      ls_cat-allow_filter = 'X'.

      ls_cat-allow_sort = 'X'.

      APPEND ls_cat to ET_FIELD_DESCRIPTION.

      Thanks and Regards,

      Ragavendra

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