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ALV report

hi,

1. wht is the function module for placing the buttons on a ALV report.

2. wht r feild symbols and where do we use this .

3. wht is the advantage of LSMW over Batch input.

which method is used mostly and why?

can any one send me one real time ALV report on SD with some

discription about that.

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2006 at 04:20 PM

    Hai Amar,

    You mean that you want to place buttons on the ALV Toolbar ? If so create a PF-STATUS and load the status in I_CALLBACK_USER_STATUS and trap the function code in I_CALLBACK_USER_COMMAND.

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2006 at 04:37 PM

    Hi,

    1. Copy the standard GUI Status STANDARD in the program SAPLKKBL and add your own buttons..

    Check this program for capturing the events when the button is pressed.

    http://sap-img.com/abap/an-interactive-alv-report.htm

    2. Field-symbols - At runtime, you can assign a concrete field to it using the ASSIGN statement

    Example..

    FIELD-SYMBOLS <FS>.

    DATA: V_VALUE(10) VALUE 'V_DATA'.

    DATA: V_DATA(10).

    V_DATA = '1234567'.

    ASSIGN (V_VALUE) TO <FS>.

    write: / <fs>.

    3.

    http://sap-img.com/general/what-are-the-methods-to-migrate-data-from-a-legacy-system-to-sap.htm

    Thanks,

    Naren

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