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data in tabular format

Hi All,

In my requirement, I need to show item data in a table format ( In a box, with horizental & veritcal lines.

can somebody pl give me a small code to do this.

Regards,

Hardik

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    May 23, 2007 at 09:40 AM

    Try creating similar code..

    for displaying properly u need to create paragraph format (eg. T1) and set the tab spacing in it according to the size of the fields u r displaying.

    Then use this paragraph format in the control commands of the text element for ur fields.

    /: SIZE WINDOW

    /: BOX FRAME 10 TW

    /E HEAD

    T1 Item No,,Mat No,,Decription,,Quantity,,Net Value

    /: POSITION WINDOW

    /: BOX YPOS '2.0' LN WIDTH '67.70' CH FRAME 10 TW

    /: BOX XPOS '10.0' CH WIDTH '0.0' CH HEIGHT '27.38' LN FRAME 10 TW

    /: BOX XPOS '18.0' CH WIDTH '0.0' CH HEIGHT '27.38' LN FRAME 10 TW

    /: BOX XPOS '38.0' CH WIDTH '0.0' CH HEIGHT '27.38' LN FRAME 10 TW

    /: BOX XPOS '50.0' CH WIDTH '0.0' CH HEIGHT '27.38' LN FRAME 10 TW

    /E BODY

    T1 &it_vbrp-posnr&,,&it_vbrp-matnr&,,&it_vbrp-arktx(15)&,,&it_vbrp-fkimg&,,

    = &it_vbrp-netwr&

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    May 23, 2007 at 09:33 AM

    Hi,

    try this sample:

    SAP Scripts Boxes/Lines/Shading

    Setting default parameters for a box:

    You can use the POSITION and SIZE commands to set default parmeters for a box.

    Instead of:

    /: BOX XPOS '11.21' MM YPOS '5.31' MM HEIGHT '10' MM WIDTH '20' MM INTENSITY 10 FRAME 0 TW

    You can write:

    /: POSITION XORIGIN '11.21' YORIGIN '5.31' MM

    /: SIZE HEIGHT '2' MM WIDTH '76' MM

    /: BOX FRAME 10 TW INTENSITY 10

    This can be usefull if you gave several boxes that share the same parameters.

    If you want to set the position realtively to the window use POSITION WINDOW

    to set the position to the top/left start of the window. Then use POSITION

    to set the current position relatively to the start of the Window.

    Note that you uses "+" or "-" in the ORIGIN position to the set the position relatively.

    /: POSITION WINDOW

    /: POSITION XORIGIN '5' MM YORIGIN '10' MM

    the position is now 5 MM from the left and 10 MM from the top of the window

    NOTE: After using the position command you can move the current position

    realtively to the last used position

    /: POSITION XORIGIN '10' MM YORIGIN '20' MM

    Now the position will be X = 15 and Y = 30

    Drawing a line. You can draw a line by setting the Height or Weidth to 0

    and add a frane. E.g. a horizontal line:

    /: SIZE HEIGHT '0' MM WIDTH '200' MM

    /: BOX FRAME 10 TW XPOS '11.21' MM YPOS '14.81' MM INTENSITY 100

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