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hi abapers ,

i need to change the mode in my report in the debugging mode how should i go about n how should i see my output

for the statement below

CALL TRANSACTION 'MB01'

USING bdcdata

MODE display_mode

UPDATE 'S'

MESSAGES INTO msgtbl.

i set the breakpoint in the call transaction in the mode was n i made it display n after which how should i reflect the changes....

plz help me..

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2008 at 07:16 AM

    Hi

    I hope you are looking for update mode.

    If yes

    than change

    MODE display_mode

    to

    MODE 'A'

    Regards

    Madhan

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2008 at 07:16 AM

    Hi,

    Double click the display_mode variable and you will see it appear in the debugger variable list. If you are using the old debugger type in the new value and press the pencil icon on the same row.

    If you are using the new debugger, click the pencil first then type in the value followed by enter.

    Darren

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2008 at 07:29 AM

    Hi, in debuggin double click the variable for mode and enter the Mode Value ( 'N' = Background, 'A' = Foreground, 'E' = Display errors only) . Give the value in Cabs and press the pencil button near the textbox in the debugging screen.

    Jey

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