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SAP ITS Mobile - Layout Styling Issue


I am currently working on setting up ITS Mobile screen for devices like Motorola MC9090-G and MC9190-G. We have configured the application to work with the standard service WSRS_HI_MENU. The GUI Configuration parameters in SICF are mentioned at the end of this message. The issue that I am facing is that the page is not displayed correctly for certain screens when I view the application from those devices. The ~DYNPRO_COMPRESSION has been set to 1, though its not working for transactional screen. The property ~DYNPRO_COMPRESSION seem to have worked with the menu screens.

I am looking for a solution to reduce the white space or gap between the input fields and the buttons at the bottom of the page.

When I run the application from IE 9, I get to see that there are empty DIV & SPAN tags with inline styling height = 1px. I tested this by using the F12 Developer Tools options in the IE Settings.

When I run this in the RF guns, the last row of the buttons gets trimmed off. That's why I would like to have the gap reduced and shift the buttons up.



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    Posted on Aug 08, 2013 at 04:27 PM

    Hi Kunal,

    I was facing the same problem in a SAP stardard transaction, but i could not found the way to change the html code to eliminate the space.

    Similar in a custom program, we change the positions of the fields in the dynpro, and it was enough to compact the screen.

    This way, you could change the buttons at the bottom to the top, and generate again the ITS template for the screen.

    Best regards,


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