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Can ALV table have more than one exception column?


I am trying to add a second exception column to ALV table. When I do it, first one dissapears, I tried few different approaches but I can not get it right, can anyone help me?

Firs column is created like that:

DATA(lo_columns) = o_alv->get_columns( ).
lo_columns->set_exception_column( value = 'COL1').

Then I try to add another one, either by using the same lo_columns, or creating a new variable:

DATA(lo_col) = o_alv->get_columns( ).
lo_col->set_exception_column(  value = 'COL2').

But everytime only the last column declared as exception gets displayed...

Is there a different way of doing this?



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