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Opening a file fumction module ?

HEllo,

I am doing coding for a ALV report here i got a requirement like when i click a button in application tool bar it has to open the browser.

For example we use function "F4_FILENAME" for opening the browser. where we can select the file, but here i want to open the file like after clicking the F4 help browser will open from there i should click on the file required by which it has to open the file?

Can anyone help me to achieve this.

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  • Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 01:32 PM

    Use the "Execute" method of the frontend services class.

    REPORT  zrich_0001.
    
    DATA: v_rc TYPE i.
    data: v_file type string.
    DATA: lt_filetab TYPE filetable.
    DATA: ls_filetab LIKE LINE OF lt_filetab.
    
    PARAMETERS: p_file TYPE localfile.
    
    AT SELECTION-SCREEN on VALUE-REQUEST FOR p_file.
    
      CALL METHOD cl_gui_frontend_services=>file_open_dialog
        CHANGING
          file_table              = lt_filetab
          rc                      = v_rc
        EXCEPTIONS
          file_open_dialog_failed = 1
          cntl_error              = 2
          error_no_gui            = 3
          not_supported_by_gui    = 4
          OTHERS                  = 5.
      READ TABLE lt_filetab INTO ls_filetab INDEX 1.
      IF sy-subrc = 0.
        v_file = ls_filetab-filename.
    
     CALL METHOD cl_gui_frontend_services=>execute
        EXPORTING
          document               = v_file.
    
      ENDIF.

    Regards,

    Rich Heilman

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