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How to add table data to an MSS PCR form?

Hi All,

I am new to Adobe Interactive Forms and I need to add a table of information to an existing form. This form is a customized version of an MSS PCR form Request for Termination. Currently the form fields are populated by an implementation of BADI QISR1. It is a copy of implementation HRWPC_PCR and uses the internal table special_data. All the fields currently on the form are single fields and I can see how they are populated. However I now want to add the contents of an internal table. I have read through the ISR cookbook but I cannot work out how to get this data onto the form and how or if it should be stored in the special_data table. The table (LOAN) has been added to the context and has 4 fields. Would anybody be able to provide some direction to me? Please let me know if I have not provided enough information.

Thanks very much!


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  • Posted on Nov 07, 2007 at 09:56 AM

    Hello Ashley,

    you are already close to the solution. In BADI QISR1 you simply fill the

    table SPECIAL_DATA

    fieldindex = 1

    fieldname = 'FIELD1'

    fieldvalue = 'Value1'


    fieldindex = <n>

    fieldname = 'FIELD1'

    fieldvalue = 'VALUE<n>'

    Then on the Adobe form layout (Adobe Designer), you have to use the table control XFO from the standard library. Here you have to bind then the corresponding column to FIELD1.

    Best regards,


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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 07:02 AM

    Thank you Simon for pointing me in the right direction. I appreciate the help.

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2008 at 05:22 PM

    How to get a drop down values for F4. I am appending special_data and also additional_data internal table but the drop down does not get me any values

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