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URGENT HELP REQ IN TABLE CONTROL WIZARD

HELLO ALL,

I AM WORKING ON TABLE CONTROL FOR THE FIRST TIME.

I HAVE GONE THROUGH QUITE A FEW DOCUMNETS ON TABLE CONTROL AND STARTED WORKING ON IT.

I started wizard for creation of table. befor e that i ahve declared an internal table in top include.

1)i have given a table control name.

2)i have given the internal table name

3) i have selected the field which i want in my table control

4) i am getting problem in table control attributes.

i have selected input control,with column headers.

Then comes my problem.

iN LINE SELECTABILITY

tHIS IS THE DESCRIPTION

If you want to include a selection column, you can specify if you want to allow single line or multiple line selection.

You can then maintain additional attributes for the table control using the Screen Painter.

I HAVE SELECTED LINE SELECTION COL. BECAUSE I WANT TO DELETE RECORDS IF I NEED TO DO SO.

THATS WHY I HAVE SELECTED LINE SELECTION COL,(IAM NOT SURE BECAUSE I NEED DELETE A ROW BUT NOT COLUMN AND I HAVE SELECTED IT BECAUSE IF I DON'T SELECT THIS ONE IN THE NEXT SCREEN IT DOESN'T GIVE ME AN OPTION FOR INSERT AND DELETE SO I THOUGHT THIS IS TO DELETE A ROW, BUT

MY PROBLEM IS WHAT SHOULD I GIVE IN SELECTION COLUMN FIELD.

I GOT STUCK AT THIS POINT PLS HELP ME OUT AND I HAVE SELECTED SINGLE AT THE BOTTOM.

waiting for your replies.

Thanks

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 06:02 PM

    Hi, first you need to add a field to your internal table which is to used in th table contol. Called the field "CHECK" make it length 1 and type C field. Now during the wizard, it will ask for the selection field. Select this field, the CHECK field. This is the field that the TC will use to mark as selected or not. It will put "X" in this field if it row is selected. This is how you will know which lines to delete.

    Regards,

    Rich Heilman

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