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ALV refresh after saving


I thought with the previous post's about ALV refreshing i could do it seems i have some isues that i don't understand why it doesn't work!

So my ALV as some editable fields, when i make changes in this fields and then click the save button it saves me the changes to a Z table. On every load of the ALV there are some fields that are filled with data from de Z table x data from standard table. When i save i want this to appen without having to go the previous screen and then go to the next screen.

In the statement When '&DATA_SAVED' i have some code that saves my data do the Z table. Iv'e tryed to call the method refresh_table_display and check_changed_data at the begining of the Where statement and after the last line of code in this statement, after the insert in the Z table, and it didn't worked...

So...any help would be nice!



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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 12:20 PM


    After the code you have written in &data_save


    selfield-refresh = 'X'.




    Edited by: Alvaro Tejada Galindo on Apr 9, 2008 5:48 PM

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      Ok, i managed to solve the problem.

      I added the line that you said, butt it was missing some other stuff...

      so the scheme i did was the following:

      data:ref    TYPE REF TO cl_gui_alv_grid.
      when '&data_save':
                e_grid = ref.
      CALL METHOD ref1->check_changed_data.
      ls_selfield-value = ' '.
      ls_selfield-refresh =  'X'.
      ls_selfield-col_stable = '3'.
      ls_selfield-row_stable = '1'.
      loop at itab.
      perform data_retrieval.
      CALL METHOD ref1->refresh_table_display.

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