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WD abap - destroy success message

Hello,

I have a screen where I do the following:

CALL METHOD l_message_manager->report_success

EXPORTING

message_text = 'Changes were successfully saved!'.

when I navigate to another screen messsage area is still there but without the message.

How can I destroy message area without calling reset_view method?

Thank you.

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    Posted on Jul 28, 2006 at 05:56 PM

    Georgy,

    In WD Java there is a way to make message area invisible via UI control property bound to context attribute of type Visibility.. Or to call destroyElement on MessageArea in wdDoModifyView. Try something like this in WD ABAP.

    VS

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  • Posted on Jul 28, 2006 at 11:32 PM

    Hi Georgy,

    The message is still visible, because success and warning messages are kept in the message history. It can be accessed by pressing the "show details" button on the message area. If the message area was hidden, it would be impossible for a user to access the message history.

    Currently, the fact that there are items inside of the history is not visualized. Hence users get confused :). We are working on solving this issue by either displaying an additional hint or allowing to switch off the history.

    Best regards,

    Thomas

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