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Give me an Idea that I want to populate the day(like for 23 nov as Friday 24 of nov as Saturday) dynamically for every month in table control for time sheet program.Could you suggest me what is the best way to achieve this?

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 05:02 AM

    Use this FM to get the day from date



    Naimesh Patel

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    • Former Member suresh Ganesan

      There's a couple of questions in there... firstly, it's pretty easy to loop around 31 times to build up an array of dates and day names - see example code below. Secondly, yes you can have buttons in a TC, and also set individual cells to be output so that you can use them as labels. Thirdly, you might find function modules DATE_COMPUTE_DAY & DAY_NAMES_GET give you better results.


      report zlocal_jc_sdn_date_loop.
        p_start               type sy-datum obligatory default sy-datum,
        p_loop                type sy-loopc obligatory default 31.
        perform build_date_list.
      *&      Form  build_date_list
      form build_date_list.
          begin of ls_date_day,
            date            type sy-datum,
            day             type dtresr-weekday,
          end of ls_date_day,
          lt_date_day       like ls_date_day occurs 0.
        ls_date_day-date = p_start.
        do p_loop times.
          call function 'DATE_TO_DAY'
              date    = ls_date_day-date
              weekday = ls_date_day-day.
          append ls_date_day to lt_date_day.
          add 1 to ls_date_day-date.  "increment date
        format reset.
        format color col_normal.
        loop at lt_date_day into ls_date_day.
          write: / ls_date_day-date, ls_date_day-day, at sy-linsz space.
      endform.                    "build_date_list

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