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select-options default values

hi guys,

in the selection screen how to fill default values for select-options low and high fields.

give me examples.

thanks in advance.

reagrds,

vinoth

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    Apr 24, 2006 at 09:26 AM

    Hi

    To assign default values to a selection criterion, you use the following syntax:

    SELECT-OPTIONS <seltab> FOR <f> DEFAULT <g> [TO <h>] ....

    You use the DEFAULT addition as follows to address the individual components of the first row:

    To fill only the LOW field (single field comparison), use:

    ........DEFAULT <g>.

    To fill the LOW and HIGH fields (range selection), use:

    ........DEFAULT <g> TO <h>.

    To fill the OPTION field, use:

    ........DEFAULT <g> [to <h>] OPTION <op>.

    For single field comparisons, <op> can be EQ, NE, GE, GT, LE, LT, CP, or NP. The default value is EQ. For range selections, <op> can be BT or NB. The default value is BT.

    To fill the SIGN field, use:

    ........DEFAULT <g> [to <h>] [OPTION <op>] SIGN <s>.

    The value of <s> can be I or E. The default value is I.

    example:

    SELECT-OPTIONS AIRLINE FOR WA_SPFLI-CARRID

    DEFAULT 'AA'

    TO 'LH'

    OPTION NB

    SIGN I.

    Thanks

    Sudheer

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    Apr 24, 2006 at 09:19 AM

    move 'EQ' to s_matnr-option.

    Move 'I' to s_matnr-sign.

    move '123455' to s_matnr-low

    move '456788' to s_matnr-high

    append s_matnr.

    Cheers

    VJ

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      hi,

      <b>Selection Screen.</b>

      select-options s_vbeln for vbak-vbeln.

      <b>Initialization</b>

      s_vbeln-option = 'GT'

      s_vbeln-sign = 'I'

      s_vbeln-low = '1000'

      s_vbeln-high = '10000'

      append s_vbeln

      Regards,

      Santosh

  • Apr 24, 2006 at 09:21 AM

    Hello,

    Select-options: s_matnr for mara-matnr default 123 to 456.

    or

    initialization.

    s_matnr-sign = 'I'.

    s_matnr-options = 'BT'.

    s_matnr-low = '123'.

    s_matnr-high = '456'.

    append s_matnr.

    Regards,

    Naimesh

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    Apr 24, 2006 at 09:23 AM

    Hi Vinod

    If you want to diaplay a single set of defalut values you can use it as

    select-options: <field> for <name> default 'vallow' to 'valhigh' sign 'I/E' option 'lt/gt/eq/le/ge'.

    while this statment will fill only the first row of selection table.

    If you want to insert more rows,, than you can do that in Initialization event.

    Thanks

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    Apr 24, 2006 at 09:35 AM

    Hai

    select-option itself acts as an internal table.

    in initialization event you have to populate this internal table like the following way

    select-options : s_matnr for mara-matnr.

    INITIALIZATION.

    s_matnr-low = 'Mat_001'.

    s_matnr-high = 'Mat_100'.

    s_matnr-sign = 'I'.

    s_matnr-option = 'BT'.

    append S_matnr.

    for more Information go through the following document

    Basic form

    SELECT-OPTIONS sel FOR f.

    Additions

    1. ... DEFAULT g

    2. ... DEFAULT g ... OPTION xx ... SIGN s

    3. ... DEFAULT g TO h

    4. ... DEFAULT g TO h ... OPTION xx ... SIGN s

    5. ... MEMORY ID pid

    6. ... MATCHCODE OBJECT mobj

    7. ... MODIF ID key

    8. ... NO-DISPLAY

    9. ... LOWER CASE

    10. ... OBLIGATORY

    11. ... NO-EXTENSION

    12. ... NO INTERVALS

    13. ... NO DATABASE SELECTION

    14. ... VALUE-REQUEST

    15. ... VALUE-REQUEST FOR LOW/HIGH

    16. ... HELP-REQUEST

    17. ... HELP-REQUEST FOR LOW/HIGH

    Effect

    Declares a variable selection option.

    This statement only makes sense in reports, i.e. in programs defined as type 1 in the attributes. You can execute reports with the SUBMIT statement. The statements SELECT-OPTIONS and PARAMETERS determine the technical interface and the user interface. The parameters and selection options you specify are displayed on the selection screen for the user to enter values (see also the addition NO-DISPLAY or SUBMIT without the addition VIA SELECTION-SCREEN .

    sel must be 1 - 8 characters long.

    Note

    This statement defines an internal table sel with a fixed structure which consists of the fields sel-SIGN , sel-OPTION , sel-LOW and sel-HIGH .

    A report can (by means of an entry in the attributes) be assigned to a logical database ldb . This means that both the logical database ldb and the report can define selection options (and parameters). You define the (database-specific) selection options in an ABAP/4 include program DBldbSEL (in logical database maintenance). The system then imports this include program into the actual logical database access program SAPDBldb and (partially) into the report. As a result, the database-specific selection options (and parameters) relevant to the report are available both to the database program SAPDBldb and to the report.

    The 'report-specific' selection options are known only in the report (not in SAPDBldb ).

    Some SELECT-OPTIONS additions are allowed only in DBldbSEL . The addition 'NO DATABASE SELECTION' can only be used in the report.

    Each line of the internal table sel formulates a condition. If you require precise details about how to formulate these conditions, see the section on the IN operator under Logical expressions .

    If the user enters a value set on the selection screen, the internal table sel is automatically filled.

    You can use normal ABAP/4 statements to read and manipulate the internal table sel .

    The values you enter for the database-specific selection options are passed directly to the database for data selection (i.e. no unwanted records are read). This also applies to report-specific SELECT-OPTIONS that refer to a field in a logical database table defined for dynamic selections (see also the addition " NO DATABASE SELECTION ").

    You must check report-specific selections that refer to other fields with the CHECK statement (i.e. unwanted records must first be read from the database and discarded afterwards). This process is therefore not as efficient as the process described above.

    Under "Text elements/selection texts", you should enter a description for each selection criterion sel . This description is displayed on the selection screen. If no such text exists, the name sel of the selection option is displayed instead.

    The LOW and HIGH fields of a selection option are displayed in a length up to 18 bytes long (scrollable up to 45 bytes). If you define a length longer than 45, fields are truncated on the selection screen after the 45th character. This affects the first line of the SELECT-OPTIONS table. You can, however, pass longer selection options to a report if they are specified with the addition NO-DISPLAY and thus do not appear on the selection screen. Without NO-DISPLAY , the fields are then truncated whenever the selection screen is processed in the background (SUBMIT without VIA SELECTION-SCREEN ).

    Example

    SELECT-OPTIONS PROGRAM FOR SY-REPID.

    &ABAP-EFFECT& Suppose you create an internal table PROGRAM with the header line fields PROGRAM-SIGN , PROGRAM-OPTION , PROGRAM-LOW and PROGRAM-HIGH . PROGRAM-LOW and PROGRAM-HIGH have the same field attributes as SY-REPID . When the report is executed, a line on the selection screen contains the text 'PROGRAM' or the associated selection text as well as input fields for PROGRAM-LOW and PROGRAM-HIGH . At the end of the line, there is a pushbutton with an arrow. When you press this button, you branch to the 'Complex Selections' screen where you can enter more selection lines for sel . Here, you can formulate very complicated selection conditions. For further information about how these entries determine the result set, see Logical expressions or select Utilities -> Help sel. screen on the 'Complex Selections' screen.

    Note

    Field attributes on the selection screen.

    The input/output fields displayed on the selection screen for entry of upper and lower limits have the same attributes for type, length or conversion exits as the field f specified after FOR .

    If f is a Dictionary field, the selection screen is regenerated automatically after most changes to its attributes. The attributes 'Check table' and 'Fixed values' are exceptions to this rule. If these are changed, you have to generate the program in the ABAP/4 Editor. This also generates the selection screen.

    Addition 1

    ... DEFAULT g

    Effect

    Proposes the single value g as the default selection when the report is called.

    Notes

    For each SELECT-OPTION , you can only specify one DEFAULT .

    You must specify the default value g in its internal format, e.g. " SELECT-OPTIONS DATE FOR SY-DATUM DEFAULT '19931224' ", not " ... DEFAULT '24.12.1993' ".

    The default value g should normally be a literal because, at runtime, it is transferred to the selection options table sel so early that no value can be assigned to the field g . System fields are an exception here because the system usually assigns values to them as soon as the report processing starts.

    Example

    SELECT-OPTIONS DATE FOR SY-DATUM DEFAULT SY-DATUM.

    Addition 2

    ... DEFAULT g ... OPTION xx ... SIGN s

    ( xx is OPTION , i.e. one of the values EQ,NE,CP,NP,GE,LT,LE,GT ); s is SIGN , i.e. one of the values I or E )

    Effect

    Similar to " ... DEFAULT g ", except that the system also proposes the specified selection option and SIGN .

    You can specify the additions OPTION and SIGN in any order or omit them. The standard OPTION is EQ , the standard SIGN is I .

    Example

    DATA CITY(20).

    SELECT-OPTIONS SO_CITY FOR CITY DEFAULT 'SAN*'

    OPTION CP SIGN E.

    On the selection screen, this results in an entry specifying that cities not beginning with " SAN " are selected.

    Notes

    For each SELECT-OPTION , you can only specify one DEFAULT .

    The option xx and SIGN s must be specified without quotation marks.

    Addition 3

    ... DEFAULT g TO h

    Effect

    Proposes the range from g to h when the report is called.

    Note

    For each SELECT-OPTION , you can only specify one DEFAULT .

    Addition 4

    ... DEFAULT g TO h ... OPTION xx ... SIGN s

    ( xx is OPTION , i.e. one of the values EQ,NE,CP,NP,GE,LT,LE,GT ); s is SIGN , i.e. one of the values I or E )

    Effect

    Similar to " DEFAULT g TO h ", except that the system proposes the specified selection option and SIGN .

    You can specify the additions OPTION and SIGN in any order or omit them. The default OPTION is BT , the default SIGN is I .

    Example

    DATA WORD(20).

    SELECT-OPTIONS SO_WORD FOR WORD DEFAULT 'SPRING' TO 'SUMMER'

    OPTION NB SIGN I.

    On the selection screen, this results in an entry specifying that the words between " SPRING " and " SUMMER " are excluded.

    Notes

    For each SELECT-OPTION , you can only specify one DEFAULT .

    The option xx and SIGN s must be specified without quotation marks.

    Addition 5

    ... MEMORY ID pid

    Effect

    On the selection screen, the SET/GET ID pid is assigned to the left range limit of the selection criterion.

    Note

    You must specify the memory ID without quotation marks. It can be up to 3 characters long.

    Addition 6

    ... MATCHCODE OBJECT mobj

    Effect

    On the selection screen, the matchcode object mobj is assigned to the left range limit of the selection criterion.

    Note

    You must specify the name of the matchcode object without quotation marks. It can be up to 4 characters long.

    Addition 7

    ... MODIF ID key

    Effect

    The specified modification group ( SCREEN-GROUP1 ), which can be used for screen modifications, is assigned to the screen fields.

    Note

    You must specify the name of the modification group without quotation marks. It can be up to 3 characters long.

    Example

    TABLES SAPLANE.

    ...

    SELECT-OPTIONS S_PTYPE FOR SAPLANE-PLANETYPE MODIF ID ABC.

    ...

    AT SELECTION-SCREEN OUTPUT.

    LOOP AT SCREEN.

    IF SCREEN-GROUP1 = 'ABC'.

    SCREEN-INTENSIFIED = '1'.

    MODIFY SCREEN.

    ENDIF.

    ENDLOOP.

    Addition 8

    ... NO-DISPLAY

    Effect

    Does not display the selection on the selection screen. Creates the internal table sel as with 'normal' selection options and you can then transfer the selection option with SUBMIT .

    These selection options represent a part of the interface which the user does not see on the selection screen. You can set the values either internally (through the routine INIT in SAPDBldb or INITIALIZATION in the report) or with SUBMIT . These selection options are also stored for variants.

    Sometimes, (e.g. when the user has entered particular values for other selection options or parameters ), you may want to display these undisplayed selection options on the screen so that the user can enter values. You can do this in the routine PAI of the database program SAPDBldb (for database-specific selection options) or under AT SELECTION SCREEN (for report-specific selection options) by calling a function module (see CALL FUNCTION ) or your own screen (CALL SCREEN .

    Addition 9

    ... LOWER CASE

    Effect

    The selection is not case-sensitive (i.e. allows upper and lower case letters).

    Addition 10

    ... OBLIGATORY

    Effect

    The user must enter a value for this selection (in the LOW field).

    Addition 11

    ... NO-EXTENSION

    Effect

    The user can only make an entry on one line. Calling the additional "Multiple Selection" screen is not supported and no pushbutton for this appears on the selection screen.

    Addition 12

    ... NO INTERVALS

    Effect

    The selection option is displayed on the selection screen without a 'to' field. The pushbutton for calling the "Multiple Selection" screen appears immediately after the 'from' field.

    This addition thus allows you to generate a simplified display on the selection screen. This is particularly useful if you are not making any range selections for this selection option.

    Notes

    On the "Multiple Selection" screen, you can also enter ranges for selection options with " NO INTERVALS ".

    By combining this addition with " NO-EXTENSION ", you can restrict the user to entry of a single value for the selection option, but with the possibility of also choosing single value options like 'Greater than' or 'Less than or equal'.

    By using the addition " NO INTERVALS " with SELECTION-SCREEN BEGIN OF BLOCK , you can activate the simplified display for all selection options in a block.

    The function module SELECT_OPTIONS_RESTRICT allows you to restrict the set of selection options available for a SELECT-OPTION (for example, only single values and patterns, i.e. 'EQ' and 'CP' are allowed). You can also forbid the leading sign 'E' (= 'Exclude from selection'). This means that you can considerably restrict the selections which can be entered on the selection screen.

    Addition 13

    ... NO DATABASE SELECTION

    Effect

    This addition is allowed only for report-specific SELECT-OPTIONS which refer to a field f belonging to a table dbtab of the logical database. Here, the selections entered by the user are not passed directly to the logical database unless the logical database supports dynamic selections for dbtab (if dynamic selections for dbtab are not supported, the addition has no effect.

    This addition can be useful if you only want the selections entered by the user for this SELECT-OPTION to be effective under certain conditions. However, you should be careful when using it: Since the selections have to be checked with CHECK after the records have been read, this has a considerable effect on performance.

    Addition 14

    ... VALUE-REQUEST

    Addition 15

    ... VALUE-REQUEST FOR LOW/HIGH

    Effect

    This addition is allowed only for database-specific SELECT-OPTIONS in the include program DBxyzSEL (where xyz = logical database name). It allows you to implement self-programmed value help. (To implement self-programmed value help for report-specific SELECT-OPTIONS , you can use the event key word AT SELECTION-SCREEN ON VALUE-REQUEST FOR ... .) If you specify only VALUE-REQUEST (without FOR ... ), the value help refers to both input/output fields of the SELECT-OPTION (i.e. to sel-LOW and sel-HIGH). Otherwise, it refers only to the specified field. The addition has two effects:

    The affected input/output fields are displayed on the selection screen with the pushbutton for F4 (possible entries).

    When the user presses this button or F4 , this triggers the FORM routine sel-LOW_VAL or sel-HIGH_VAL in the database access program SAPDBxyz (if it exists). If this addition is specified - and even if the SELECT-OPTION with FOR points to a Dictionary field - this FORM routine is executed when the user presses F4 and the check table or the fixed values of the Dictionary field are not displayed. You can, for example, branch from the routine sel-LOW_VAL or sel-HIGH_VAL to a function module which offers a selection list of possible values. At the end of this FORM routine, the contents of the field sel-LOW or sel-HIGH are copied to the appropriate input/output field.

    Example

    • INCLUDE DBXYZSEL

    ...

    SELECT-OPTIONS S_PTYPE FOR SAPLANE-PLANETYPE VALUE-REQUEST FOR LOW.

    ...

    REPORT SAPDBXYZ DEFINING DATABASE XYZ.

    ...

    TABLES SAPLANE.

    ...

    FORM S_PTYPE-LOW_VAL.

    ...

    CALL FUNCTION '...'.

    ...

    ENDFORM.

    Addition 16

    ... HELP-REQUEST

    Addition 17

    ... HELP-REQUEST FOR LOW/HIGH

    Effect

    Like VALUE-REQUEST , this addition is allowed only for database-specific SELECT-OPTIONS in the include program DBxyzSEL (where xyz = logical database name). It allows you to implement self-programmed value help. (To implement self-programmed value help for report-specific SELECT-OPTIONS , you can use the event key word AT SELECTION-SCREEN ON HELP-REQUEST FOR ... .) If you specify only HELP-REQUEST (without FOR ... ), the help refers to both input/output fields of the SELECT-OPTION (i.e. to sel-LOW and sel-HIGH). Otherwise, it refers only to the specified field. When the user presses F1 , this triggers the FORM routine sel-LOW_HLP or sel-HIGH_HLP in the database access program SAPDBxyz (if it exists). If this addition is specified - and even if the SELECT-OPTION with FOR points to a Dictionary field - this FORM routine is executed when the user presses F1 and the documentation of the Dictionary field is not displayed. You can, for example, branch from the routine sel-LOW_HLP or sel-HIGH_HLP to a function module which displays its own documentation.

    Example

    • INCLUDE DBXYZSEL

    ...

    SELECT-OPTIONS S_PTYPE FOR SAPLANE-PLANETYPE HELP-REQUEST.

    ...

    REPORT SAPDBXYZ DEFINING DATABASE XYZ

    ...

    TABLES SAPLANE.

    ...

    FORM S_PTYPE-LOW_HLP.

    ...

    CALL FUNCTION '...'.

    ...

    ENDFORM.

    FORM S_PTYPE-HIGH_HLP.

    ...

    CALL FUNCTION '...'.

    ...

    ENDFORM.

    Thanks & Regards

    Sreenivasulu

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    Aug 19, 2015 at 06:57 AM

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