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About: Function code

Hi expert,

I want to know what's the difference between function and application key in gui status? In addtion, How can find the function key relevant to the button , such as "Back" button? I'm puzzled by these questions for a long time.

Thanks a lot.

George shi

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2008 at 03:52 AM

    Hi Georgie,

    The difference between the Functional and Application keys are :-

    Functional Key basically the default set of keys, which can simply be activated by given the name in there object code, and you have to write a code for each code, w.r.t it's SY-UCOMM.

    Application Keys are the customized additional keys which can be used by an user for his own functionalty.These keys are visible at application tool bar whenever you execute an Module Pool. E.g., if you want to add an extra button like EDIT FILE, you simply have to give a name in Items 1-7 and choose a static text and then choose the desired icon you want for your button.Then just write a code for that in PIA/PBO as you want it.

    Cheers...!!!

    Sid.

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2008 at 12:51 AM

    in SET PF-STATUS 'TCODE',you can find it

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2008 at 02:01 AM

    Hi,

    To know a function code of a standard button just do one thing.

    Click the button and hold the mouse(Dont release the left mouse button)

    Press F1.

    Then release F1.

    The release the mouse button.

    You will get the function code

    Regards

    Sandipan

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