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Multiple rows with different sets of data using CBTA in a single script


I have a table and i want to fill different sets of data in that table.

Number of rows may vary everytime. for example today i have to fill 3 rows of data and tomorrow i might have to fill 4 rows of data. How do i do it in a single script using a loop. every row will have different data. please suggest a solution to this. how do i handle this via cbta.

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  • Posted on Jul 02, 2020 at 07:48 AM


    If you are trying to compare this feature in eCATT where we can create structure parameter and input as many rows of data as you want and run the script in loops to fill the data i do not think CBTA has this capability, even I was trying to look for this feature but did not fine one. So from what I understand you need to create as many input parameters as you want to pass the data.

    Let me know if you found a better solution.



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  • Posted on Jul 29, 2020 at 01:31 PM

    Hi Tamanna,

    Are you going to do for SAP GUI or FIORI web application ?

    As i tried that we can do for SAP GUI, Based on row count of the table we can make use of FOR loop and entering values we can use CBTA_GUI_TC_SetCellData component.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Vijay Jeethuri

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