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Group Lines Excel Function


I have an ALV Tree (cl_salv_tree) that's works fine.

But I need to export all data to excel.

I am using OLE objects to do this.

I would like to know if is possible group lines into excel.

For example.

Today works like this

Level1 -

Value 1

---Level2 --- Value 2

---Level2 --- Value 2


Level3 - Value 3

I would like to do this (compress the Leve2, for example)

+ Level1 -

Value 1


Level2 -

Value 2

+---Level2 -

Value 2

Thanks a lot.

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2008 at 04:41 PM

    May be u can try this way. Instead of OLE

    " Create a custom icon in the tree toolbar using the following 
          v_text2 = text-b02.        " download to excel
            name     = 'DOWNLOAD'
            icon     = '@42@'
            tooltip  = v_text2
            position = if_salv_c_function_position=>right_of_salv_functions
        catch cx_salv_wrong_call cx_salv_existing.
    " Make the events for the custom function
      data: lr_events type ref to cl_salv_events_tree.
      lr_events = grt_tree->get_event( ).
      create object grt_events.
      set handler grt_events->on_user_command for lr_events.
      set handler grt_events->on_double_click for lr_events.
      set handler grt_events->on_link_click for lr_events.
      set handler grt_events->on_before_user_command for lr_events.
      set handler grt_events->on_after_user_command for lr_events.
      set handler grt_events->on_keypress for lr_events.
          lr_events->add_key_for_keypress( if_salv_c_keys=>f4 ).
          lr_events->add_key_for_keypress( if_salv_c_keys=>enter ).
        catch cx_salv_msg.
    " Call the following function module 
    " in the grt_events->on_user_command method, after arranging 
    " whichever format of your output table 
    i_tabname = 'I_OUT'
    IS_LAYOUT = l_xxl_Layout
    it_fieldcat = l_xxl_fieldcat
    it_outtab = it_out
    fatal_error = 1
    no_display_possible = 2
    OTHERS = 3.

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