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Mesage in Table Control

Hi All,

In our requirment we have to chack the duplicate entries in a table control,if it exists we need to put the cursor at the second value which occuered twice and must not allow user to proceed untill he changes the value.

In this case I can not use the Message type 'E',coz all the values will be lost.

Is there any Function Module to handle this else how to handle it?

Thx in Adv.

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2007 at 09:42 AM

    As you are already checking the duplicate entries, when ever you find one in PBO, check the table control selection field for that entry as checked.

    Hope that will give you the desired solution.

    regards

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2007 at 09:47 AM

    Same error message you can get in SM30 transaction,

    You can check adding for a table in SM30 with duplicate entries and debug check if you can find out some clue

    the error which comes there is SV 015 , so you can check the where-used-list of this message and checkout

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