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Pass box to box in Selection Screen

Hi experts,

I have a question about selection screen components.

Can anyone tell me how we make a pass values box to box on Report Selection Screen?

Pass Box to Box is a structure like this below.

This example above, i took from modifying template of ALV reports, but what i need is that component on selection screen and not use ALV for do this.

Thank U All.

Atenciosamente / Best Regards

Rafael.

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  • Posted on Dec 27, 2013 at 02:44 AM

    Hi Rafael

    What exactly do you want to achieve using tgis funxtionality. Please provide us detail

    Nabheet

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  • Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 03:23 PM

    Forget selection-screen for that, you will need (at least) to use a module pool dynpro (two table control) or even some OO control which manages drag and drop like between two ALV grids... (good luck)

    NB: You could actually use a docking container attached to a selection-screen containing such an OO control.

    Regards,

    Raymond

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    • I think its a good idea to use one ALV to select the lines, but i'm looking after of a way to do this on selection screen not using ALV.

      Abap is not flexible to do that things, on selection screen of report, that makes the layout friendly to the user, but we can try use other tools.

      When i discover a way, i will post here.


      Thanks

  • Posted on Jan 02, 2014 at 03:11 PM

    Someone know how do it, below, on selection screen of Report?

    qForms Examples: Containers

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Direclty on a report selection screen, this won't be possible. What about showing such a screen when pressing a selection screen pushbutton? Then you'll just need to design the screen as per your requirements...

      Or maybe you can try with two listboxes.. but it surely won't look really nice 😭

      Br,

      Manu.

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