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folder symbol when handling node_double_click

Hi,

I am using the class cl_gui_alv_tree to display tree structure.

I am getting folder symbols in the tree structure ,I have to remove these.

how to do???.

Another thing is I have to handle the event node_double_click.

it is triggered if I double click on folder symbol only.

if I remove the folder symbol how to handle this...

please very very very urjent

Srilakshmi.

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  • Posted on Jan 06, 2008 at 09:08 AM

    Hello

    I doubt that you can leave out the node icons. Check the ADD_NODE(S) method or the structure for defining the node layout for fields NODE_IMAGE and NODE_EXPANDED_IMAGE.

    If you want to react on double-clicking on items register event ITEM_DOUBLE_CLICK.

    Regards,

    Uwe

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    • Hello Srilakshmi

      When you double-click in an ALV tree you always get the node key as input for the event handler methods. Therefore, I use a simple trick to retrieve the entire row from the node key:

      " Assumption: ALV tree is used to display customers stored in table KNB1.
      
      " Note: define additional fields to your outtab itab for the node key (and parent node key)
      TYPES: BEGIN OF ty_s_outtab.
      INCLUDE TYPE knb1   AS customer.
      TYPES: node_key       TYPE tm_nodekey.  " not sure if this is the correct type -> replace if necessary
      TYPES: parent_key     TYPE tm_nodekey.
      TYPES: END OF ty_s_outtab.
      TYPES: ty_t_outtab   TYPE STANDARD TABLE OF ty_s_outtab 
                                       WITH DEFAULT KEY.
      
      DATA:
        gt_outtab    TYPE ty_t_outtab.   " itab for ALV tree data
      
      
      ...
      " Fill the ALV tree
      DATA:
        ld_node_Key TYPE tm_nodekey,
        ld_parent_key TYPE tm_Nodekey,
      *
        lt_knb1      TYPE STANDARD TABLE OF knb1,
        ls_knb1     TYPE knb1,
        ls_outtab   TYPE ty_s_outtab.
      
        LOOP AT lt_knb1 INTO ls_knb1.
          CLEAR: ls_outtab.
        
          ls_outtab-customer = ls_knb1.
      
          CALL METHOD go_tree->add_node
            EXPORTING
              ...
              relatkey = ld_parent_key
            IMPORTING
              node_key = ld_node_key.
      
          ls_outtab-node_key = ld_node_key.  " returned from ADD_NODE method
          ls_outtab-parent_key = ld_parent_key.
          
          MODIFY gt_outtab FROM ls_outtab
            TRANSPORTING node_key   parent_key
          WHERE ( bukrs = ls_knb1-bukrs  
          AND         kunnr = ls_Knb1-kunnr ).
        ENDLOOP.
      
      
      " Retrieve entire row in event handler method by node key
        METHOD handle_node_double_click.
        " define local data
          DATA:
            ls_knb1     TYPE knb1,
            ls_outtab   TYPE ty_s_outtab.
      
            READ TABLE gt_outtab INTO ls_outtab
                      WITH KEY node_key = node_key.
            IF ( syst-subrc = 0 ).
              ls_Knb1 = ls_outtab-customer.
            ENDIF.
      ...
        ENDMETHOD.
      

      Regards,

      Uwe

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