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Query on Module Pool

Hi all,

My name is SAI KUMAR.

I got struck when I was doing some exercises on Module Pool.

When I created the screen...I clicked the Layout Button...and I dragged the TabStrip button to the area....when I dragged it....i was presented with an initial screen with two tabs 'tab1 and tab2' and an area associated with them....I clicked the tab1 and gave some name to it.

I wanted to insert some fields in tab1....like name, year...so on...But the problem is....When I tried to insert them in the area....it was not inserting and it gave a message saying that 'Illegal operation performed'....How should i overcome this problem in order to insert fields in the tabs of the TabStip.

Please help me out by giving the process.

ID: saikumar325@gmail.com

Bye,

SAI KUMAR

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2007 at 05:27 AM

    HI Sai ,

    While Tab strips in Module pools , you can not directly plaace fields as in screens . for your operation you should create subscreens for tab1 and tab 2 with the needed fields to be displayed , and use these subscreens in Tab1 and tab 2 . I am sure it will work.

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    Thanks

    Ranjita

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  • Posted on Apr 24, 2007 at 07:40 AM

    hi...

    to insert fields into the tab control you need to create subscreens and assign these to each tab.on each subscreen you can create fields.

    1. first click layout .

    2. put tab control and click graphical element.

    3. in control elements under title strip u can declare tab names.

    4. under reference subscr u should give the name of the sub screen u want to be displayed for that tab.

    5.under type heading select p.

    6. under subscreen heading declare the names of the subscreens.

    after that u need to call those subscreens in the main screen on which you created the tab control.

    ***************************************************************************************

    sample code.

    PROCESS BEFORE OUTPUT.

    MODULE status_0101.

    CALL SUBSCREEN : headerdetails INCLUDING 'ZPURCR_71945' '1010',

    lineitems INCLUDING 'ZPURCR_71945' '1011',

    schedulelines INCLUDING 'ZPURCR_71945' '1012'.

    PROCESS AFTER INPUT.

    MODULE exit_0101 AT EXIT-COMMAND.

    CALL SUBSCREEN: headerdetails ,

    lineitems,

    schedulelines.

    MODULE user_command_0101.

    *********************************************************************************************

    here headerdetails , lineitems, schedulelines are subscreen names

    'ZPURCR_71945' is the program name and '1010,1011,1012 are the subscreen no's.

    this should help you.

    <b>plz reward pts if helpful.</b>

    regards

    vijay

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2007 at 09:56 AM

    Hi Sai,

    U cant place fields on the tabstrip directly. In the Layout on a Tabstrip u can place only a subscreen.

    U have to place a subscreen on each tab of the tabstrip and work.

    For More details got to the following URL

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/17/5bf1b52ba211d2954f0000e8353423/content.htm

    Reward if useful,

    Sudheer

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    Sudheer Kumar Vakkalagadda

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    Posted on Apr 24, 2007 at 03:55 PM

    thanks all

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