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SAP GuiXT -come out of IW51 without save of data entered

Hi,

We facing an issue with GuiXT. When user click on GuiXT push button on IW51 screen then user come out of IW51 to initial SAP screen without save of entered data. After 2-3 attempt user able to enter and save same data in notification. This issue is intermittent and for many users. Could you please suggest/help to find out root cause of issue.

Please see attached document for error and SAP logon pad details.

Thanks

Harsh

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2015 at 08:44 AM

    Hi Harsh,

    Check by re-installing SAP GUI.

    In case if this still exist, you need to replicate the issue and raise to SAP, so they can assist you to provide solution.

    This looks like a Basis issue than transaction issue, please check in Basis Forum also.

    Regards

    Terence

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  • Posted on Oct 12, 2015 at 09:24 AM

    Hi Harsh,

    Dose this GuiXT pushbutton perform some action on Table control ?

    if the notation in the GuiXT script is column number you can replace it ith the technical name , that might resolve this problem.

    Can you share the Guixt script ?

    see exemple :

    Regards,

    Ziv


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    • Hi Harsh,

      You need to change these scripts with technical name , just click on the F1 in the required column and get the technical name

      see exemple :

      for your exemple it should be set cell[Table,technical name..,30] replace the technical name as show above with the column that should be filled with by the Guixt Script

      After you change , test it in your 730 gui version if it works ok then goto other user with 720 gui version and try again with this modified script.

      Good luck

      Regards

      Ziv

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