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Keep visible functionality...

Hi everybody,

All of you might be aware of the keep visible functionality.

Lets take an example of Business Partner master form. When the BP master form open we put * on the bp code text box and after which when we press find button a lookup form populates. In this look up form ther is a check box called Keep Visible, after clicking this check box when you will double click on any row of this look up form a new window of BP master opens with the relevant record of the selected of the look up form. We can update or see the data of the new bp master form and proceed further.

I need the same functionality on my customised form.

If anybody knows please suggest...

Thanx in advance.


Manish Jha

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 08:43 AM

    Hi Manish,

    you write a query for formatted search on that field and attach that to that filed.

    When you attach formatted search SAP Bone will take care of rest.



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      This issue wont be solved by this, because in formated search there is no check box available called "keep Visible". Let me describe the actual scenario :-

      I have a customized form name Leg Doc. When I open this form I put * on "docnum" text field then i press "Find" button. After pressing find button a lookup window populates which shows all the data enetered through Leg Doc. I used a cfl for populating this lookup form. When I click on any row after clicking on "Keep Visible" check box a new "Leg Doc" form should populate showing the relevant selected record.

      Hope this time I described my prob clearly.

      I need this functionality.



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