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ALV grid cell connecting to GOS_ATTACHMENT_LIST_POPUP

Hi everyone,

It has been sometime since I posted here. I just want to ask if anyone can give me an idea how to link a particular cell in the ALV to the corresponding attachment list?

For example I have a report displaying an ALV grid with customer number and other customer information. Requirement is to create a hotspot on a particular kunnr when there is an attachment list for the kunnr.

I could not simply use the statement GWA_FIELDCAT-HOTSPOT = 'X' as this will just make the whole column a hotspot.

I am using call method CL_SALV_TABLE=>FACTORY to build the catalog. Then used REUSE_ALV_GRID_DISPLAY_LVC to use I_CALLBACK_USER_COMMAND = 'ALV_USERCOMMAND' to instruct that user command '&IC1' to check whether the GT_SRGBTBREL has entry for that kunnr. Then call function GOS_ATTACHMENT_LIST_POPUP.

Thank you in advance for the help or if at least you can show me a demo or a link where I can get an idea how to proceed.

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  • Posted on Jul 15, 2016 at 09:13 AM


    Display an attachment icon in respective cell if an attachment exists, and use the double click event instead of hotspot. You can find lot of threads relating to this subject.



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  • Posted on Jul 15, 2016 at 10:54 AM

    You also have the demo program BCALV_TEST_GRID for instance (there are also the SALV*DEMO* and SALV*TEST* programs, and many more). You need to first generate the flight model data (cf ).

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