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Feb 04, 2014 at 11:28 AM

Best/nicest way to display a table with 60 columns?

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Hiya,

I have a requirement where there are around 60 fields that the users want to edit via a web dynpro popup.

I created a Z table to hold these and just created a Web Dynpro context (mapped to the Z table) and then a basic Web Dynpro table (mapped to the context) to show and edit the fields (the data is all to do with possible conditions that could have values and then would need to be updated into a quotation document).

Obviously its going to be clumsy to use in this state (all the scrolling will be a pain for such a large table):

and I was just thinking whether you bright people might have a better suggestion on how to display this in a web dynpro.

Any ideas are most welcome!

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