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Write to Tables from SmartForm

Hi All,

I am new to SmartForms, and want to know if it is possble to write to an SAP table from a SmartForm.

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Thanks in advance,

Sixtus

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2008 at 07:35 AM

    Hi Sixtus,

    It is not possible . Smartforms are viewing the Data in a Print layout format and you can pick the data from the tables and print it in smartforms.

    if you give me brief i can help you out more.

    if helpful REWARD points

    Thank you .

    Regards

    Ramana

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      You were right Nick. I didn't realize code could be inserted so easily in SmartForms. Although it can be done this way, I think it's actually better to place this code in the function module that calls the SmartForm rather than the SmartForm itself. I'm awarding the solution of this problem to you.

      Thanks,

      Sixtus

      Edited by: Sixtus Iwu on Jan 21, 2008 2:12 PM

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2008 at 05:33 AM

    hi,

    ur question is not clear,

    still if u want create SAP table from samrtform then that is not possible to create table from smartforms.

    reward points if useful,

    seshu.

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2008 at 06:16 AM

    Hi Sixtus,

    U can use table in smartform, and u can pass the table value into smart form. But u can't create the table in smart form. U can find one TABLE option in window, that's only for creating the tab and u can pass the table values in the tab. If u have any clarification let me...

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    Saran

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