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Some question for experts !! Urgent

I have following queries:

1) When a copy fucntion fails, if i get an error message saying a variable could not be determined. Can i change the text for the same to make it user friendly.

2) If i have a fucntion geeting executed before display of layout...i.e it executes and on success layout gets diaplyed. Now if the fucntion fails, ideally, we get error message and layout is nt displayed. can i have soem check so that it displays error message and also show layout. fucntion executed is a copy fucntion and if there is nothign to be copied it would fail but that should not stop the displ of layout for users.

3) can we ever highlight a row in layout with diff color and after soem function execution the highlight goes away...

please help me on this urgently..expert opinion is awaited

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 05:09 AM

    1. the error message could be changed in the abap code

    2. why dont you have the layout showing first before executing the function. [...assuming that you're using WAD to configure].

    You can set the "characteristics" to show in the layout even wthout data by setting its properties in the Query designer to show "master data". this you do by clicking on the characteristic and changing the setting to Master data in Advanced tab.

    3. Having colors in rows can be made possible if you're using Report Designer. [i.e pulling the query into report designer].

    Srikant

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 05:11 AM

    1. the error message could be changed in the abap code

    2. why dont you have the layout showing first before executing the function. [...assuming that you're using WAD to configure].

    You can set the "characteristics" to show in the layout even wthout data by setting its properties in the Query designer to show "master data". this you do by clicking on the characteristic and changing the setting to Master data in Advanced tab.

    3. Having colors in rows can be made possible if you're using Report Designer. [i.e pulling the query into report designer].

    Srikant

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 07:20 AM

    Hi,

    2) In case copy function does not copy any record, there should not be any error. Could you please check what exactly is happening?

    3) If you are talking of highlighting in Input Ready queries, it can be done using Exceptions, but it cannot be deactivated using a function. Exceptions will work depending on the data. So if you can model your requirement based on data, then it might be possible.

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      Thanks for inputs!!

      I am not using Reporting feature at all.Instead using BPS0 and BPS_WB...

      The copy fucntion fails because the variable which is attached in copy fucntion gets now values and it errors saying variable cannot be determined..which is a valid scenario....

      can i do any highlighting and other changes while configuring BPS0 and BPS_WB...also how in abaps can i customize error message for planning BPS0 and BPS_Wb

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