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set only one field color in a POWL-List


in the method "IF_POWL_FEEDER~GET_FIELD_CATALOG" the whole colume (see attachment) can be colored.

CASE <ls_dfies>-fieldname.
       WHEN 'LANGU'.
         ls_fieldcat-colpos         = 1.
         ls_fieldcat-display_type  = 'BT'.
         ls_fieldcat-color  = 19.
         ls_fieldcat-WIDTH  = '800'.
         ls_fieldcat-text_ref      = 'LANGU'.
         ls_fieldcat-icon_src_ref  = <ls_dfies>-fieldname.
         ls_fieldcat-display_type  = 'IM'.   "Icon
         ls_fieldcat-tooltip       =  text-006.
         ls_fieldcat-color         = '4'.

But how can I colorize only one field in the POWL.



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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 21, 2015 at 06:14 AM

    Hi Jim.

    Would you be so kind and post your solution to this question?



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    • Hi Per.

      One solution could be the next:

      1. Add one field for color reference to your POWL structure. For example COLOR_REF type string.

      2. Into the method GET_FIELDCAT_CATALOG set the property TECHNICAL_COL:

      3. And then set the field which you need to change the color with reference to the COLOR_REF field into the same method:

      4. Finally, fill the field COLOR_REF into the method GET_OBJECTS with the color value you need, depending on other values, such a item status:

      This configuration results in the image below:


      color1.jpg (13.3 kB)
      color2.jpg (14.2 kB)
      color3.jpg (59.1 kB)
      color4.jpg (93.0 kB)

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