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Declare Variable in Smartforms from BT and EPF tables

Hi All,

I am developing a smartform to display the payslip of employees.

In my smartform I need to use fields from the BT table and EPF Table.

I need to declare variables for the same fields in smartform.

How can this be achieved.

Any pointers or suggestions would be helpful.

Thanks,

Saher

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 07:08 AM

    Go to smart forms form interface there in import tab you can declare your variables there assigning type refered to a field.

    You can assign your tables in tables tab of the from interface.

    If you would like to use variables internally in smartforms then declare them global definitons.

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      Is BT a Standard transparent table? or is it a structure?

      Is it your internal table?

      If its your internal table then in form interface-> tables tab -> there you declare this table name assignment - like and ztable or structure or table as table type.

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 07:08 AM

    Hi

    Please search with the search term smartforms and u will get many threads which will answer your question.

    In general, in form interface of smartform we declare the tables whose values are passed from the print program.

    IN global definitions, we declare the variables we use in the smartform.

    Regards,

    Vishwa.

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 07:51 AM

    Hi

    Create the table type for BT and EPf tables and declare in the form interface.

    Regards,

    Sravanthi

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