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After upgrading to ehp7 reuse_alv_grid_display is giving dump if more than 99 editable fields in a column

After upgrading to ehp7 reuse_alv_grid_diplay is giving dump when refreshing the table with the below code in user_command if more than 99 editable fields in a column.

if ref_grid is not initial.



e_grid = ref_grid.


if not ref_grid is initial.

call method ref_grid->check_changed_data.


Dump is attached in the screen shot.

Note that when updating less than 100 fields in the alv code works fine.

Help will be appreciated.

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2016 at 09:15 AM

    Please don't let the important information in the screen captures only, this will allow more people to answer immediately, as you have made a wrong interpretation.

    Your short dump shows that there's a type mismatch, it's not related to 99 fields at all !

    Moreover, it seems you have done an enhancement to CL_GUI_ALV_GRID_BASE, as the concerned code is not in the standard (in my 7.31 system):

    loop at <CELLTABLE> assigning <wa2>.

    It won't dump if you define <wa2> as type ANY. But it may require some other logic we cannot guess based on the so thin information you gave us.

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  • Posted on Jul 13, 2016 at 04:39 AM


    Please refer SAP note 303838 - 99 fields in ALV: Termination MOVE_TO_LIT_NOTALLOWED_NODATA.

    You may need to consult a Basis consultant for this.



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