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BADI - CUSTOMER_ADD_DATA

Hi,

I've got the tabstrip working and I have a function module with a subscreen.

I intend to populate the subscreen with fields from a bespoke table I have added to the dictionary. I can't seem to populate the screen fields.

Should I be doing this in the subscreen PBO (This is where I currently have it, doesn't work ) or should I be using the interface methods (READ_ADD_ON_DATA).

I've tried putting my code in both places to populate the subscreen but it stays empty.

Has anyone done this before or does anyone have any suggestions.

Many thanks

Simon Farrell

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    Posted on Oct 03, 2005 at 11:29 AM

    Hi Simon,

    As far as I understood ur problem.

    U r working from some Screen Exit. m I rite? and u have created a new table, which data u want to put in sub screen.

    Now, I tell the Subscreen processing.

    When u do any action on main screen, it means which contain the tabstrip. It calls the PAI of main screen--then PAI of subscreen -- PBO of main screen -- PBO of subscreen -- Final output.

    Now at PBO of subscreen. Define the same data type as u have declared in Subscreen through screen painter.

    Then populate those data type, ur data will come.

    I don't think so for the need of READ_ADD_ON_DATA.

    Reg,

    Arpit

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    Posted on Oct 03, 2005 at 11:42 AM

    Hi,

    I've currently got my code to populate the subscreen in the subscreens PBO.

    When I set a breakpoint on the PBO code it never hits it.

    Its all active but it doesn't seem to hit the PBO.

    I must be doing something stupid !

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