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Possible justify text bottom to top in SAP FPM?

Dear FPM Experts,

We are developing a grid for SAP TM integrated with our vechicle load/unloading appointment taking custom functionality in FPM. Days on the y-axis and time slots on the x-axis.

In order to develop something user friendly and efficient to use, the key for us is always to minimise scroll bars.

In this respect, we would like to justify the text description of the time slots from bottom to top (rather than from left to right), to limit the width of the respective columns. Example attached.

Classically easy thing to do in excel, and used all the time.

Does anyone know if this is actually possible in FPM, or if not, is it planned in a future release?

Thanks a lot for your help,

Damien

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2015 at 08:24 AM

    Hi Damien,
    this is possible with FPM List ATS UIBB or Tree UIBB. For doing that you can make an adjustment in the configuration, general settings: "Fit columns to table widths". Just mark that flag. And a other thing: I would recommend to assign a specific width to all columns with the unit px, e. g. "50px".

    Kind regards,
    Ulrich

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2015 at 05:45 PM

    Thanks Ulrich for your answer.

    Does anyone know of something else on the Netweaver stack, or even a plugin that we could us where we could be a bit more flexible with the grid layout?

    Previously, we had this functionality developed in web dympro with Silverlight but this do not also meet the full requirement.

    Thanks a lot,

    Damien

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