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how to suppress zeroes in table control?

friends,

by default, i am getting the initial values (zeros 0.00 for qty. fields) for the fields that am displaying in table control...how to suppress the zeroes (fields for which no values are there) in table control? any option like we have in alv (no_zeros) avbl? thanks all

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 05:06 AM

    u are getting 0.00 bcos these are the field properties , so u have to create a new field for ur requirement.

    check the field attributes in SE51,

    DICT = DEC Format.

    Program = No Check for leading ZEROS.

    Regards

    Prabhu

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 05:33 AM

    hi

    i think you are trying to mean, create character type fields and move all the fields to them so that it displays space, by default, when it holds null value? that should be fine..but i want to know is there any property taht we can set in teh table control itself so that if teh value is null, zeros are not displayed, only space has to be displayed..thank u

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