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Table control columns display on screen as per resolution

Hi,

i create table control, it showing 10 columns on my system.

but for user is getting 8 cloumns only. he wants all 10 columns

with out scrolling.

is there any resolution setting .kindly update me .

Thnaks in advance.

Ramakrishnaiah Y

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  • Posted on Feb 22, 2008 at 04:24 PM

    Hi,

    check the system resolution and change your program accordingly.develop your program based on the standard settings of your client.

    regards

    shibu

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    Posted on Feb 22, 2008 at 04:28 PM

    do this way ...

    CALL TRANSACTION 'VA01' USING it_bdcdata

    OPTIONS FROM OPT

    MESSAGES INTO it_mesg.

    opt of type ctu_params.

    OPT-DISMODE = 'N'. "no screen mode

    OPT-UPDMODE = 'S'. "synchronus update

    OPT-NOBINPT = 'X'.

    OPT-NOBIEND = 'X'.

    OPT-DEFSIZE = 'X'. "Default size

    Regards,

    Santosh

    Edited by: Santosh Kumar Patha on Feb 22, 2008 9:58 PM

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      i observed that in order to put screen in synch for both customer and for us ,i modified the screen attributes.

      that mean length and witdh.

      if u write BDC then we have to use one strcture in order to take defualt screen size.in my case i am using noram screen and table control.

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