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Table control scrolling issue in BDC

Hi All,

When i was passing less number of records (say 5 records) to table control in BDC call transaction, everything is working fine. But when i was doing more number of records (say 50), i was getting an error - <b>Screen 0000 is too large for internal batch input area</b>

I thought that i am getting because of overflow in the table control, is it not?

i am using the code as below -

Call transaction 'ZZZZ'

using gt_bdcdata

options from lv_ctu

messages into gt_messages.

but i am not sure how to scrolldown the table control when all visible lines filledout. Can you please suggest me on this. Please dont post materials - i already gone through.

regards

jaya

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 08:53 PM

    Hi Jaya Sri,

    Table control BDC will act bit differently, Here you need to count how many records are displayed on screen (Count this when you are doing recording, this will be the default size when you run your BDC in backgorund).

    Let's assume it dispalys 5 records, so for each and every 5 records you need to code for PAGE-DOWN the start again.

    Thanks

    Pavan

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 08:51 PM

    What you can do for handling table control is, press page down after passing each and every record. This will enable you to put your records in the second line for each records.

    So, From the second line onwards you just have to put all your data into the second row of the table control.

    Regards,

    Naimesh Patel

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