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regarding inserting fields in screen ..

Hi,

I am trying to create a screen using SE51 and would like to have two I/O fields with similar properties of a database table field. I would like to have two such fields designated as low and high ...

for e.g. BKPF-BURKS-LOW and BKPF-BURKS-HIGH so that user can enter the lower and higher value range..

I inserted BKPF-BURKS from dictionary/program fields option in the screen painter. Then I renamed it to BKPF-BURKS-LOW. Now I am not able to insert again the same field from the same table as it is disabled !!

How can I achieve this ?? Do I have any copy screen element option anywhere ??

Hope I am clear !!

And to add let me know if I am write that I can get the data entered by the user in these fields, in my ABAP program by referring to the fields directly as BKPF-BURKS-LOW ???

its basically a dialog module program that i am creating..

thanks

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  • Posted on Nov 29, 2005 at 04:05 PM

    Ok, if you only have one screen, there is no reason why you can't do this as a report program, and use a selection screen. If you still want to use a module pool program, then create one field, lets say BKPF-BUKRS and make it like dictionary, and activate. Now go back to that field and uncheck the dictionary flag and rename it as s_bukrs-low. Now copy s_bukrs-low to another field and name it as s_bukrs-high. You can copy them by right clicking and choosing copy and paste.

    Regards,

    Rich Heilman

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    Posted on Nov 29, 2005 at 04:10 PM

    Hi Rad sha,

    You can declare 2 fileds in report program(one as low other as high) and use them in screen.

    Dont forget to activate your report program before going to screen.

    Thanks,

    Sanjeev

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