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select-options : memory id

Hi all,

In my selection screen I am using a select-options as

select-options:     s_lot   for qals-prueflos
                    matchcode object qals
                    modif id in1
                    memory id qls.

My question is when I execute my program with a range of values for inspection lot and back out and come to selection screen again I see the inspection lot value only in <b>s_lot-low</b> but not in <b>s_lot-high</b>.

How to get the memory id value for s_lot-high.

Thanks. Waiting........

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  • Posted on Sep 24, 2006 at 03:13 PM

    It does not appear that it will be handled automatically for you. But you may want to try something like this.

    
    report  zrich_0003.
    
    select-options:     s_datum for sy-datum
                         memory id dat.
    
    at selection-screen output.
    
    
      if  s_datum[] is initial.
        s_datum-sign = 'I'.
        s_datum-option = 'BT'.
        clear s_datum-low.
        get parameter id 'DAT' field s_datum-high.
        append s_datum.
      endif.
    
    start-of-selection.
    
      write:/ 'Test List'.
    
      set parameter id 'DAT' field s_datum-high.
    
    

    Regards,

    Rich Heilman

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