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Table control in report selection screen

I have a selection screen with some fields. Now, below these fields, I need a table control in which i will have input parameters with 3 fields so that i can enter data in combinations and use the same while executing the report like an internal table.

1. I should be able to save it as a Variants.

2. I should be able to schedule a background job.

I found similar notes but they dont help me save variants and with job schedules.

Request your help in this regard.

Regards

Kasi

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    Posted on Feb 18, 2008 at 04:40 PM

    Hi

    U can insert a table control in selection-screen by subscreen, but the system can't see it as element of selection-screen, so it'll be able to store the data in a variant.

    Max

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    • Former Member T. KASI SURYANARAYANA MURTHY

      Hi

      In the selection-screen u can generated a tabstrip:

      SELECTION-SCREEN BEGIN OF TABBED BLOCK MAX FOR 22 LINES.
      SELECTION-SCREEN TAB (25) TABS1 USER-COMMAND UCOMM1
               DEFAULT SCREEN 100.
      SELECTION-SCREEN END OF BLOCK MAX.

      So the system'll generate a tabstrip in the selection-screen, here it'll load only the screen 100.

      By screen painter u have to create a subscreen 100 where u insert your table control.

      Max

  • Posted on Aug 01, 2008 at 09:05 PM

    used single string with TILDE '~' column delimeter to maintain values.

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