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Scroll bar to the CELL in the screen

Hi All,

Having a table with four fields ,

1.Text id,

2.Text type

3.Short Text

4.Long Text.

when display the records into the GRID, for the long text cell i need scrollbar to b there to that window.

How i can provide scrollbar for cell long text.

Regards,

Madhavi

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  • Posted on May 16, 2008 at 10:32 AM

    Hello Madhavi

    The maximum number of characters displayed in a single ALV cell is restricted (guess about 255 chars). You cannot scroll within a cell but you will have scroll bar for the entire grid.

    I would use a different approach. Either you register event DELAYED_CHANGED_SEL_CALLBACK (similar like in IDoc Monitor, WE02) or replace the longtext with a hotspot button.

    When the user pushes the longtext cell the event triggers the display of a textedit control below or beside your ALV list where the entire longtext is displayed.

    Regards

    Uwe

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      Hi Uwe,

      Thanks for the reply.

      see the table which i need to update from the GRID.

      Table ZPFT_TEXT with the following fields

      Language X(3) SAP language code (NED, FRA, GER, ENG,)

      Text type X(4) Information type

      Text ID 9(4) ID in given information type

      Text X(35) Description

      Bigtext (occurs 15) X(80) Long description

      Now you suggest how to handle this and let me know is there is any standard example in this scenario.

      Regards,

      Madhavi

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