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qty field in smartforms

Hi All!

I am displaying qty field in a table of smartform.The problem is when the qty value is 0 my table row height is increasing to the field length i.e. 13 (row height is taking 13 rows)and if the the qty field is having some value it is taking only one row.

What can be the problem.Please advise.

Rwegards

PRaneeth

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    Apr 05, 2006 at 08:18 AM

    Praneeth,

    Probably the height oif the line you have specified is too small. Can you try increasing the height of the line to 1.5 Lines? That should fix the problem.

    Regards,

    Ravi

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    Apr 05, 2006 at 08:25 AM

    Hi praneeth,

    Make sure that the width of the quantity field cell is equal to the actual field length.

    Thanks,

    Vamsi.

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    Apr 05, 2006 at 08:46 AM

    Hi

    Check length of window and size of field.

    Or u may have to use below systax

    <b>Formatting Options for Fields</b>Syntax Description

    &field+<offset>& Skips <offset> places of the field value (character fields only). If the

    offset is greater than the length of the value, nothing is displayed.

    &field(<length>)& Sets the output length to <length>.

    &field(*)& If the field is defined by a Data Dictionary type, Smart Forms set the

    output length to the value specified there.

    &field(S)& Suppresses the sign

    &field(<)& Displays the sign to the left of the number

    &field(.<nat.number>)& Limits output of decimal places to <nat.number>

    &field(E<nat.number>)& Displays the field value with the fixed exponent <nat.number>. The

    mantissa is adapted to this exponent by shifting the decimal

    character and inserting zeros.

    &field(T)& Suppresses thousand indicators when displaying fields of types

    DEC, CURR, INT, and QUAN.

    &field(Z)& Suppresses leading zeros of numbers

    &field(I)& Suppresses display of initial values

    &field(K)& Deactivates a conversion routine specified in the Data Dictionary.

    &field(R)& Right-justified display. Use this option only when specifying an

    output length as well.

    &field(F<filler>)& Replaces left-justified blanks in the value by the fill character <filler>.

    &field(L)& Converts and a date field to a local date and displays it. The date is

    then formatted using edit mask JPDAT.

    Since this representation uses Japanese characters, use it in the

    Japanese version of the SAP System only.

    &field(C)& The system takes the field value as a sequence of words separated

    by blanks. Option C shifts these words to the left and leaves only

    one blank inbetween as separator. Any leading blanks are

    suppressed. This effect corresponds to that of the ABAP statement

    CONDENSE.

    regards

    vinod

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