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ALV footer

Hi ,

I want to display the data of an internal table in ALV footer like we display data when we use reuse_alv_grid_display in the main output . I am not using oops alv , using normal alv .

can i use reuse_alv_grid_display again in ALV footer ( i think i can use only once in the program ) .

can you all share your experiences and suggestions.

Thanks in advance ,

Regards,

Ry

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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 02:33 PM

    LIST DISPLAY

    ALV Footer for Normal List you can use Write statements in the ALV Form END_OF_LSIT or END_OF_PAGE event .

    For Grid Display you can do that using the Commentry write function and implement the END_OF_LIST or END_OF_PAGE event. But that will be not be Displayed in The Display, But You can see that in Preview and Print.

    If strictly you are looking for the Footer then Go fot the

    ALV_LIST_DISPLAY function.

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 02:33 PM

    do like this in the events for alv..

    CLEAR: FS_EVENTCAT.

    FS_EVENTCAT-NAME = 'GT_LIST_END_OF_PAGE'.

    FS_EVENTCAT-FORM = 'F_WRITE_SUMMARY'.

    APPEND FS_EVENTCAT TO GT_EVENTS.

    or check this...

    http://www.sap-img.com/abap/test-alv-display-with-header-footer.htm

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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 02:36 PM

    may be you can take help from :

    Urgent regarding Display fields in ALV End of Page

    Amit.

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