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adding multiple screens with single screen exit

Hi Gurus,

Here i need to add 3 tabs but Sap has given only one screen-exit

so i added one tab.

Now according to the requirement i need to create one tabstrip(with 3 tabs) .

1st screen i fill 2 fields

2nd screen i fill 2 fields

3rd screen i fill 1 fields.

How to update all these screen fields at single click(that click is in main screen).

Please do the needful thanks in advance.

Regards,

kranthi

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  • Posted on Dec 10, 2013 at 07:58 AM


    Hi Kranthi

    You have added your one tab as a subscreen right. Now in that subscreen you have a tabstrip with 3 tabs. Now in your PBO of the custom main single strip you are calling your three different tabs basd on which is clicked.

    Lets say on those 3 tabs we have different fields. What you can do in PAI of the main subscreen which is where you ahve call for these 3 tab strip you can update all the fields at one go.

    Nabheet

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2013 at 08:02 AM

    Create a Function Group and in this FG create 3 sub screens

    Create one Function to reset data, one to update, one to pass data to screen and one to receive data from screen.

    now use these screens in you one screen exit provided by creating a tabstrip.

    Pass data on PBO.

    Receive data on PAI.

    On click of update call the update FM.

    Regards

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 05:57 PM

    Hello sir ,

    How to add screen exit in standard user exit of sales order .

    Please explain .

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