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Hi sanjay Sinha ....! !!! Help plz

hi sanjay ,

Plz refer the thread .."Module Pool-POV" .

This is Continuation of that thread .

I hv changed the filed Type in my module screen from "P0002-natio" to "t005t-natio" .

It's work fine now ...but if i try to save ,It's not updating in the relevant infotype

Any help will be much Appreciated .

Rgds,\

J

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    Posted on Oct 04, 2005 at 04:13 AM

    Hi P07923.

    If you have changed screen field to T0005T-NATIO then if you want to update P0002-NATIO you need to pass the screen field value to P0002-NATIO.

    P0002-NATIO = T005T-NATIO.

    But mind it both the fields are not compatible .

    I am not sure what your are selecting on screen and what you want to update . How are you doimg update . Is it your own update command or a function.

    P0002-NATIO - 3 character Field.

    T0005T-NATIO - 40 Character field ( See values in Se16)

    Now you need to decide whether you want to update the country key ( 3 chars ) oe the nationality ( 40 chars)

    as P0002-NATIO will only accept 3 chars.

    Cheers

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    • Former Member Former Member

      k .

      for example ...

      If i run mod pool pgm ...of my personal data ..

      It showed the data for all the fields expect P0002-natio.

      Remember, i hav updated that screen field P0002-natio ..( coz to restrict the numer of selection entries in the List box).

      If i select any value from the list box and save, it's updating in the Infotype correctly .

      My problem is it's not displaying at the top of the Listbox .....

      I hope u understood .

      Surley pts will be awarded .

      Message was edited by: P079223

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