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View Field not getting populated

Hi!

I have created a maintenance view for a table. It has a field <b>user name</b>. I wanted to get corresponding Full name for the user. I have added one extra field PERSNUMBER(For USR21) in the Z table to have a corresponding check table available in the view. I have added ADRP as check table for PERSNUMBER in Z table so that both USR21 and ADRP be available for reference Z table in the view. Now I have taken NAME_TEXT value from ADRP for display in the maintenance view.

1. The field value is not displaying in the maintenance view.

2. How can I make the check table fields as input disabled as these fields are getting automatically populated based on other values.

Please advice how to proceed.

Thanks

Can one field (Date for eg) be defaulted to SY-DATUM in the view. Please help.

Message was edited by: Atanu Dey

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2005 at 03:49 PM

    Hi Atanu,

    if you maintain the "table maintainance dialog", you can find a kind of "userexit" in the menu path "Environment-> Modifications->Events".

    If you create an entry of type 05 "creating a new entry".

    The form has no parameters and is able to change the global workarea of your table, where you will find the new, just created table entry. Set your desfaults;-)

    (Don't forget to post reward points, if you find the answer useful)

    Regards,

    Juergen

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2005 at 04:40 PM

    I am done with first two points. can you please update on last point?

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