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splitter in splitter

i have a splitter (splits in left and right side)

I want to split the left side in a top and bottom side (so I want to split the left side again)...

Is this possible and can someone put me in the right direction..

i try do it with these classes : cl_gui_splitter_container and cl_gui_custom_container

thanks a lot..

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 12:30 PM

    Yes, you can do this.

    data : lo_left type ref to cl_gui_container,

    lo_right type ref to cl_gui_container,

    lo_ltop type ref to cl_gui_container,

    lo_lbottom type ref to cl_gui_container,

    lo_splitter type ref to cl_gui_splitter_container,

    lo_splitter1 type ref to cl_gui_splitter_container,

    lo_cc type ref to cl_gui_custom_container.

    create object lo_cc

    exporting

    container_name = 'CC'.

    create object lo_splitter

    exporting

    parent = lo_cc

    rows = 1

    columns = 2.

    lo_left = lo_splitter->get_container( row = 1 column = 1 ).

    lo_right = lo_splitter->get_container( row = 1 column = 2 ).

    create object lo_splitter1

    exporting

    parent = lo_left

    rows = 2

    columns = 1.

    lo_ltop = lo_splitter1->get_container( row = 1 column = 1 ).

    lo_lbottom = lo_splitter1->get_container( row = 2 column = 1 ).

    Albert

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