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what is the functionality of screen-group

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Plz explain what is the functioanlity of screen-group1, screen-group2 screen-group3 etc..

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 06:12 AM

    Hi, Anu.

    I found this in the Internet, and hope this can help you.

    Screen group is a field in the Screen Attributes of a screen. Here we can define a string of up to four characters which is available at the screen runtime in the SY-DNGR field. Rather than maintaining field selection separately for each screen of a program, we can combine logically associated screens together in a screen group.

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    feng.

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 06:04 AM

    Every time the screen is displayed, it considers the attributes from the Dynamic Internal Table SCREEN and display it.

    The Screen Dynamic internal table has 14 fields. The fields GROUP1 to GROUP4 allows the user to declare different field groups in the selection screen. There may be instances where if one field is given input it needs other fields also to be given the input. in such cases we can group them. There is a possiblility of declaring 4 groups.

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 06:05 AM

    HI

    in this fileds what ever the changes happend on the screen that values will be stored in this fileds

    this fileds are exist in SCREEN structure

    see this example

    REPORT ZNNR_REPORT NO STANDARD PAGE HEADING MESSAGE-ID ZNNR LINE-SIZE 100 LINE-COUNT 65(4).

    ******DATA DECLARATIONS**********

    DATA : BEGIN OF IT_PLANT OCCURS 0,

    MATNR LIKE MARA-MATNR,

    WERKS LIKE MARC-WERKS,

    PSTAT LIKE MARC-PSTAT,

    EKGRP LIKE MARC-EKGRP,

    END OF IT_PLANT.

    DATA : BEGIN OF IT_PONO OCCURS 0,

    EBELN LIKE EKKO-EBELN,

    EBELP LIKE EKPO-EBELP,

    MATNR LIKE EKPO-MATNR,

    WERKS LIKE EKPO-WERKS,

    LGORT LIKE EKPO-LGORT,

    END OF IT_PONO.

    TABLES EKKO.

    ********END OF DATA DECLARATIONS*********

    ********SELECTION SCREEN DESIGN ***********

    SELECTION-SCREEN BEGIN OF BLOCK B1 WITH FRAME TITLE TEXT-001.

    PARAMETER : P_WERKS LIKE MARC-WERKS <b>MODIF ID S1.</b>

    SELECT-OPTIONS : S_EBELN FOR EKKO-EBELN NO INTERVALS <b>MODIF ID S2.</b>

    SELECTION-SCREEN END OF BLOCK B1.

    SELECTION-SCREEN BEGIN OF BLOCK B2 WITH FRAME TITLE TEXT-004.

    SELECTION-SCREEN BEGIN OF LINE.

    PARAMETERS : R1 RADIOBUTTON GROUP G1 DEFAULT 'X'.

    SELECTION-SCREEN COMMENT 5(20) TEXT-002 FOR FIELD R1.

    SELECTION-SCREEN END OF LINE.

    SELECTION-SCREEN BEGIN OF LINE.

    PARAMETERS : R2 RADIOBUTTON GROUP G1.

    SELECTION-SCREEN COMMENT 5(20) TEXT-003 FOR FIELD R2.

    SELECTION-SCREEN END OF LINE.

    SELECTION-SCREEN END OF BLOCK B2.

    ******END OF SELECTION SCREEN DESIGN****************

    *********INITIALIZATION OF SELECTION SCREEN ELEMENTS.*****

    INITIALIZATION.

    P_WERKS = '1000'.

    S_EBELN-LOW = '4500016926'.

    S_EBELN-OPTION = 'EQ'.

    S_EBELN-SIGN = 'I'.

    APPEND S_EBELN.

    CLEAR S_EBELN.

    ************END OF INITIALIZATION***********************

    ***********SCREEN MODIFICATIONS*******************

    AT SELECTION-SCREEN OUTPUT.

    LOOP AT SCREEN.

    IF R1 EQ 'X' AND <b>SCREEN-GROUP1 EQ 'S2'.</b>

    SCREEN-INPUT = 0.

    MODIFY SCREEN.

    ENDIF.

    IF R2 EQ 'X' AND <b>SCREEN-GROUP1 EQ 'S1'.</b>

    SCREEN-INPUT = 0.

    MODIFY SCREEN.

    ENDIF.

    ENDLOOP.

    ********END OF SCREEN MODIFICATIONS*****************

    ***************SCREEN VALIDATIONS *****************

    at selection-screen.

    SELECT SINGLE *

    FROM EKKO

    INTO EKKO

    WHERE EBELN IN S_EBELN.

    IF SY-SUBRC <> 0.

    SET CURSOR FIELD 'S_EBELN-LOW'.

    MESSAGE E999 WITH TEXT-005.

    ENDIF.

    ********end of screen validation*****************

    START-OF-SELECTION.

    *set pf-status '100'.

    IF R1 EQ 'X'.

    SELECT MATNR

    WERKS

    PSTAT

    EKGRP

    FROM MARC

    INTO TABLE IT_PLANT

    WHERE WERKS = P_WERKS.

    LOOP AT IT_PLANT.

    WRITE : SY-VLINE , 2 IT_PLANT-MATNR COLOR COL_KEY,

    21 SY-VLINE , 22 IT_PLANT-WERKS COLOR COL_KEY,

    27 SY-VLINE ,28 IT_PLANT-PSTAT COLOR COL_NORMAL,

    43 SY-VLINE ,44 IT_PLANT-EKGRP COLOR COL_NORMAL.

    ENDLOOP.

    ENDIF.

    IF R2 EQ 'X'.

    SELECT EBELN EBELP MATNR WERKS LGORT

    FROM EKPO

    INTO TABLE IT_PONO

    WHERE EBELN IN S_EBELN.

    LOOP AT IT_PONO.

    WRITE : SY-VLINE , 2 IT_PONO-EBELN COLOR COL_KEY,

    12 SY-VLINE , 13 IT_PONO-EBELP COLOR COL_KEY,

    18 SY-VLINE , 19 IT_PONO-MATNR COLOR COL_NORMAL,

    37 SY-VLINE , 38 IT_PONO-WERKS COLOR COL_NORMAL,

    44 SY-VLINE , 45 IT_PONO-LGORT COLOR COL_NORMAL, 49 SY-VLINE..

    ENDLOOP.

    ENDIF.

    TOP-OF-PAGE.

    IF R1 EQ 'X'.

    *ULINE AT /1(48).

    WRITE : SY-VLINE ,2 'MATERIAL NUMBER',

    21 SY-VLINE , 22 'PLANT',

    27 SY-VLINE , 28 'STATUS',

    43 SY-VLINE , 44 'GRUP', 48 SY-VLINE.

    ULINE AT /1(48).

    ENDIF.

    IF R2 EQ 'X'.

    WRITE : SY-VLINE , 2 'PO NUMBER',

    12 SY-VLINE, 13 'ITEM',

    18 SY-VLINE,19 'MATERIAL NUMBER',

    37 SY-VLINE, 38 'PLANT',

    44 SY-VLINE, 45 'GRUP',

    49 SY-VLINE.

    ULINE AT /1(50).

    ENDIF.

    END-OF-PAGE.

    ULINE AT /1(50).

    WRITE :/10 'PAGE NUMBER', SY-PAGNO.

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