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Multiple selection in FPM form GUIBB

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I have developed a FPM application using FPM Form GUIBB, for one of the fields the requirement is user can select muliple values from the selection.In FormGUIBB I can't see any possibility to do this. Any idea how that would be possible, using List GUIBB, I can see the possiblity, but how for one field with in the form, I can do this ? any idea how this can be sorted out.

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    Posted on Aug 08, 2013 at 06:15 PM

    Hi Anupma,

    yeah you can achieve that using LIST FORM.. there table entries are possible for same field. But you have to achieve it using Custom Back end services.. You have to alter the SERVICE FIELD VALUES structure itself. it has field index , field name, field value.. you can check it in custom backend services method parameters.. You have to achieve that in the back end services..

    This is the only way we can achieve that functionality. since SAP Framework allows single record structures only.. you have to manipulate it.

    hope it helps you

    ragards,

    Arun.

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    Posted on Aug 09, 2013 at 05:53 PM

    Hi Anupam,

    create a WDA component, which represents your "search help" for the particular field. Within this component you can use a item list or table (I for myself prefer tables) which is filled with the possible entries to select. In your FPM configuration embed this WDA as popup and so you'll have a nice self-made "F4 help with multi-selection" 😉

    Kind regards,

    Daniel

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