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I am calling the Bapi_Flight_Getlist using a simple webdynpro application and want to display the output using an Adobe InteractiveForm. But during display only the first record of the output is displayed, instead of displaying all the records. I have already checked the check box for "Repeat subform for each datam item" in the binding tab of the subform in which I am displaying the output data. What else will I have to do?

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2005 at 07:45 AM

    Hi Deep,

    You have two options to display a table in Adobe Form

    1) Create a subform and define it as position content in Object Pallete->Subform Tab. Then Check the box for "Repeat subform for Each Data Item".

    2) Create a subform with table columns and say name it FlightItem. Now wrap this FlightItem subform into another subform and call it FlightList.

    Now goto the Object Pallete->Subform Tab

    For the FlightList Subform - Choose Type:FlowContent &

    Flow Direction: Table

    For the FlightItem Subform - Choose Type:FlowContent &

    Flow Direction : Table Row.

    Let me know if you have any problems.



    Message was edited by: Shubham Tripathi

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