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Problem with Dynpro

Hi,

I have a Dynpro and use Call Screen 9000 Starting at px py. The problem is when the user move it and press enter, the screen return to the original position px and py. I don't find any helpfull field in syst structure.

Anybody can help me?

Regards,

Lisandro.

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 03:26 PM

    Call Screen 9000 Starting at px py.

    Each and every time you call the above statement the value of Px and py decides its position. So u need a Fm/class to read the position of the Window so that nest time u call it - u have the desired values of px and py.

    In case pressing buttons of the window is repositioning it .. then u just check ur code. It should not be baving like that. Check the Next screen attrib of the this 9000.

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 03:15 PM

    Hi,

    If it triggers any one of the other screen PAI or PBO then it will act in that way only, so check out the code

    Regards

    Sudheer

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    Posted on Sep 12, 2007 at 03:17 PM

    What is screen type of 9000 ? I guess it is not modal dialog ..

    i have done many things on modal dialog like using below syntax

    call screen 9000 starting at pos pos

    ending at pos pos .

    if you use screen type modal dialog then you will not get that issue.

    Thanks

    Seshu

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