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creating a hyperlink in screen painter

may you please tell me how i can create a hyperlink in screen painter. when i click on the hyperlink i should be able to call a transaction, say VA01.

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 07:08 AM

    hi ,

    i guess this is simple .. u can create a button in ut screen and when that button is pressed then u can write command call transaction va01 .

    Thanks

    rohit

    rewARD IF HELPFUL ..

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 11:58 AM

    Hi Timothy,

    In the screen painter- Choose the field you want to make appear like Hyper link( double click) - it opens the attributes window of the screen element.

    Now at the bottom there is a block - Attrbutes. Go to the Display tab of that Attribute. You will find a Checkbox "Responds to Doube click". You just need to check it. Thats it.

    Rest in the PF-STATUS u need to create a command for the same and then handle it accordingly, For more help u can refer to VA02 where clicking on the Customer takes you to customer Master screen,

    Hope it helps.

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 12:03 PM

    hi,

    in screen create a label and in PAI module code like this.

    declare that label in flow logic.

    AT SELECTION SCEREEN ON label.

    CALL TRANSACTION VA01 SKIP FIRST SCREEN.

    or

    case sy-ucomm.

    when ' lablel'.

    CALL TRANSACTION VA01 SKIP FIRST SCREEN.

    ..............

    endcase.

    if helpful reward some points.

    with regards,

    Suresh Aluri.

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