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display a value in the parameter when we select a radio button

HI,

can any one help me regarding this as soon as possible.

in a report program i have a radiobutton group with 6 radio buttons and i also have a parameter. when i select a radio button a value should be displayed in the parameter without executing that screen should refresh and display the value in the parameter field. every radio button will have a default value to display in the parameter when we select that radio button.

i tried like this but i did not get it.

AT SELECTION-SCREEN ON RADIOBUTTON GROUP rad1.

IF passport EQ c_x.

p_ictyp = 'PP'.

ELSEIF workperm EQ c_x.

p_ictyp = '04'.

ELSEIF iqama EQ c_x.

p_ictyp = '03'.

ELSEIF license EQ c_x.

p_ictyp = '06'.

ELSEIF exit EQ c_x.

p_ictyp = '06'.

ELSEIF visa = c_x.

p_ictyp = '07'.

ELSEIF insurid EQ c_x.

p_ictyp = '05'.

ENDIF.

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    Posted on May 07, 2008 at 05:42 AM

    Declare the USER-COMMAND for one of your radio button.

    And use case staement with sy-ucomm.

    Under that you perform your action.

    Regards,

    madan.

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 08:06 AM

    Dear Eswar, the only display mode option in the example is very useful.

    Regards

    Sivaprasad

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