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how to create table form in scripts

hi experts how to display elements in table format with cloumn headings and all.if anybody can answer it ill be help ful.

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2007 at 06:28 PM

    hi sagarika,

    you can use BOX command..

    Syntax

    /: BOX [XPOS] [YPOS] [WIDTH] [HEIGHT] [FRAME] [INTENSITY]

    Effect: draws a box of the specified size at the specified position.

    Parameters: For each of XPOS, YPOS, WIDTH, HEIGHT and FRAME both a measurement and a unit of measurement must be specified. The INTENSITY parameter should be specified as a percentage between 0 and 100.

    1. XPOS, YPOS: Upper left corner of the box, relative to the values of the POSITION command.

    Default: Values specified in the POSITION command.

    The following calculation is performed internally to determine the absolute output position of a box on the page:

    X(abs) = XORIGIN + XPOS

    Y(abs) = YORIGIN + YPOS

    2. WIDTH: Width of the box. Default: WIDTH value of the SIZE command.

    3. HEIGHT: Height of the box. Default: HEIGHT value of the SIZE command.

    4. FRAME: Thickness of frame.

    Default: 0 (no frame).

    5. INTENSITY: Grayscale of box contents as % .

    Default: 100 (full black)

    Measurements: Decimal numbers must be specified as literal values (like ABAP numeric constants) by being enclosed in inverted commas. The period should be used as the decimal point character. See also the examples listed below.

    Units of measurement: The following units of measurement may be used:

    • TW (twip)

    • PT (point)

    • IN (inch)

    • MM (millimeter)

    • CM (centimeter)

    • LN (line)

    • CH (character).

    The following conversion factors apply:

    • 1 TW = 1/20 PT

    • 1 PT = 1/72 IN

    • 1 IN = 2.54 CM

    • 1 CM = 10 MM

    • 1 CH = height of a character relative to the CPI specification in the layout set header

    • 1 LN = height of a line relative to the LPI specification in the layout set header

    /: BOX FRAME 10 TW

    Draws a frame around the current window with a frame thickness of 10 TW (= 0.5 PT).

    /: BOX INTENSITY 10

    Fills the window background with shadowing having a gray scale of 10 %.

    /: BOX HEIGHT 0 TW FRAME 10 TW

    Draws a horizontal line across the complete top edge of the window.

    /: BOX WIDTH 0 TW FRAME 10 TW

    Draws a vertical line along the complete height of the left hand edge of the window.

    /: BOX WIDTH '17.5' CM HEIGHT 1 CM FRAME 10 TW INTENSITY 15

    /: BOX WIDTH '17.5' CM HEIGHT '13.5' CM FRAME 10 TW

    /: BOX XPOS '10.0' CM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '13.5' CM FRAME 10 TW

    /: BOX XPOS '13.5' CM WIDTH 0 TW HEIGHT '13.5' CM FRAME 10 TW

    Draws two rectangles and two lines to construct a table of three columns with a highlighted heading section.

    check the fallowing link also

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_40b/helpdata/en/d1/803293454211d189710000e8322d00/content.htm

    Mark the points if u find it useful...

    ~~Guduri

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    Posted on Apr 25, 2007 at 08:36 PM

    You can go with BOX command, if you want to print the internal table data in that, then go ahead with FM WRITE_FORM, pass the element and use the same element in Form to print, check the form MEDRUCK and its print program,

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