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how to transfer select options variable

Hello:

I can pass parameter to parameter id such as p_fikrs, but how to transfer select options parameter to parameter id such s_fictr.

SET PARAMETER ID 'FIK' FIELD p_fikrs.

SET PARAMETER ID 'FIS' FIELD s_fictr.

SET PARAMETER ID 'FPS' FIELD s_fipex.

SET PARAMETER ID 'GJR' FIELD p_year.

CALL TRANSACTION 'FMRP_RFFMEP1BX' AND SKIP FIRST SCREEN.

Thank you very much!

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 08:54 AM

    Hi,

    u can do it in another way......using submit statement.....

    find the report name for ur transaction(using se93)

    see this thread.

    [how-to-pass-value-to-select-option-parameter-using]

    Cheers,

    Will.

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 09:01 AM

    Use SUBMIT with the following option

    SUBMIT... USING SELECTION-SCREEN scr

    Effect

    When you execute the report, the system uses the selection screen number that you specify in the scr field. This must be a selection screen defined using the SELECT-OPTIONS, PARAMETERS and SELECTION-SCREEN statements.If you omit the addition, the system uses the standard selection screen 1000.

    This addition allows you to start the same report in different situations, using a different selection screen each time.

    Notes

    The addition VIA SELECTION SCREEN determines whether the report is processed in the foreground or the background.

    What happens if the required screen does not exist or is not a selection screen?

    Screen 1000:

    If you want to use the standard selection screen (... USING SELECTION-SCREEN 1000 or do not specify a ... USING SELECTION-SCREEN) addition, the system does not process a selection screen.

    Other selection screens:

    The system triggers a runtime error.

    Hope dis helps,

    Reward if it does

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 12:04 PM

    I don't know if this can help you, but it's a start... In TX abaphelp

    for call transaction, there are two possible additions you can use:

    (we're on 4.6c)

    Addition 2.

    ... using ITAB

    Adition 2.a

    .... Options from OPT

    If this transaction calls a report, you can use submit instead of call

    transaction. Submit allows you to call a report specifying

    select-options and parameters using the "with" addition.

    cheers,

    satish.

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