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In BDC, How to record dobule click event t-code(/scwm/prdo)

Mar 05 at 07:56 AM

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Hi ,

I am working on BDC issue, Now i am doing bdc for /scwm/prdo (EWM) T-code, In this tcode in 2nd screen after entered the data in table control, need to select the row and need to double click the row After double clicking the it enables screen.

case :1 if it is single row it will pick the row data and it will provide data to the next screen

but in case of Multiple rows it will not provide data unless with out selecting the row

If i record the same in SHDB, its not recording the double click event, pelase help me to record.

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Raymond Giuseppi
Mar 05 at 11:02 AM
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Did you execute the SHDB simulating background mode, with some luck it will provide another solution to select a record, else this transaction may not be BDC compliant, and you have to look for BAPI or other tools.

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Ajit Routray Mar 06 at 07:31 AM
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Horst Keller
Mar 06 at 05:20 AM
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Normally, the function key related to double click is F2.

Check the function code defined for F2.

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Former Member Mar 06 at 05:08 AM
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Hi Raymond

I didn't try bapi as of now for this requirement

but the thing is I need to know in the recording it will provide some system generated sy-ucomm ie %_gc165 10 for double click the row but that was not an actual fcode of double click event..

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You could check the logic code of the dynpro for a valid ok_code for selection/double-click, but don't put too much hope in this.

But you didn't answer my question?

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please convert your reply into a comment to Raymond's post.

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%_GC demonstrates that you are operating on a GUI control. "Table control" is in fact probably an ALV grid. As you can find in internet and in SAP notes, BDC is not compatible with control framework (cf Ajit answer too).

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