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display change issue in dailog programming

Hi All,

My scenario is like this.I have 2 screens.In first screen i have section criteria and display, change options.In second screen i have one tab strip contains 2 tabs.

1st tab i have table control.In second tab i have alv control.In first screen when i select display and execute, the next screen should be in display mode.

same as for change also.

for display i used the logic

loop at screen.

screep-input = 0.

modify screen.

endloop.

this is working for upto table controls tab.

when i clikc the second tab which is for alv control, it is not showing in display mode.I use the logic in alv control subscreen pbo also.

can anybody please help me in this.

Thanks,

Naveen.

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  • Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 04:39 PM

    You need to change the fieldcatalog setting to change the cells of the ALV to the NO INPUT stage.

    Regards,

    Naimesh Patel

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  • Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 04:44 PM

    make a flag on first which should tell you whether you pressed display or change. According to that you have to write code in first and second screen. like screen-input = 1/0. modify screen.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Thanks for reply Brain.

      I used fieldcat-edit = ' '.

      still it is not working.

      as for as the screen logic should work.I don't know why it is not workiing.

      I checked in the debug mode.The screen is updating with 0 value.

      Naveen.

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