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VC table refresh w/ RFCs not stored procedures

I've got a complex model, but I'll separate out just a piece that represents what I want to do..I'll try to describe it. This particular example is for a list of approvers.

main model-> select "approvers" tool bar button->pop up iview that contains: start pt->RFC to get existing data from R/3 -> table view allowing user to add/edit/save/get defaults

Save button->RFC to save data->end pt->return to main model.

add or Edit button-> popup iview to form to input details w/ insert button to return entry to table view.

Get Defaults button -> popup iview to call RFC to read list of default approvers from r/3 and return all of them to table view.

The table will not refresh with the all of data returned from either popup iview. I have to save the data, sight unseen, return to the application and re-enter the approval iview before the table shows all of the data.

Here are the issues.

1. I've read the blogs and threads on the refresh button (which I tried, but since the records from the default and edit events hadn't been saved at that point, didn't work because they weren't in the database to be re-read.). I've also read about the timer, but can't figure out how to implement since (pulling from thread 3105110), it says use a timer as the start point of a table view...and I don't have anyway to have a start point of the table view since it is populated by the RFC that reads the database and the added/edited data is only in "memory" at this point.

2. The pop-up iview to return defaults will only return one record at a time. Even with the mapping set to all data rows and multiple selection allowed. Is there a way to just return all rows?

Can anyone point me in the right direction? My training is limited to reading here and the book SAP NetWeaver Visual Composer.

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  • Oct 30, 2007 at 02:58 PM

    Hi

    Instead of passing the data to the forms or tables by directly connecting them to the data sources, try and use signal out and signal in, if a table gets data from either of 2 sources then each source should have a signal out with the same name and the signal in should have the same name.

    Jarrod Williams

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