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DDLB in model node attribute

Hi All!

What generates the drop down list box input help for a model attribute? There is no get_v method generated for the attribute, but in the screen there is a DDLB.

For example in the 'ApptSQ' view of the 'BT126S_APPT' component for the 'Struct.Process_Type' attribute of the 'BTQACT' model node there is no 'get_v' method generated, but if I call this screen in the WEB Client somehow a DDLB is generated.

The problem is that there is no value in this drop down list box.

Please help, where the search help is genereated for this attribute?

Thank you very much.

Regards,

Attila

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    Posted on May 27, 2013 at 04:46 PM

    Hi Attilla,

    In case of search view, the implementation would be in the GET_DQUERY_DEFINITIONS method of the view controller(_IMPL class). You can also find the GET_V method for the corresponding attribute in the view controller itself.

    Thanks & Best Regards,

    Leon

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    • Hi Attila,

      In case of search query views, this is how the query field definitions are defined. The method GET_DQUERY_DEFINITIONS has been provided by the framework in the class CL_BSP_WD_ADVSEARCH_CONTROLLER which will be a super class for the search view controller. Whenever required, this method would be redefined in the subclasses/view controller in order to define the search query fields. Since the GET_V methods are to be explicitly called in the GET_DQUERY_DEFINITIONS method, it would be convenient to define them in the IMPL class itself.

      So there need not be any confusion when it comes to search query views.

      Thanks & Best Regards,
      Leon

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