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Auto-completion doesn't work in templates in Eclipse with the ABAP Development Tools - Plugin

Apr 27 at 09:42 AM

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Hello!

Let's say you are in a middle of a report that knows already that you work with an internal table lt_internal_table.

Let's say you want to loop at lt_internal_table.

Starting to write

loop at lt_in

the auto-completion will suggest immediately "lt_internal_table".

Not so if you use the existing template for the loop-statement, loopAtAssigning:

 loop at *table* assigning *fldsym*.  
**
endloop.

(the ** shows where the cursor will spring).

So the cursor blink on "table" - just the right spot!

BUT: starting to write "lt_in" DOESN'T bring the auto-completion any more, so you (and me and all... everybody hurts! ;-) are damned to write the whole name (like an animal ;-).

This works like this not only in the loop-template but in every template, self-generated or not.

Why this?

And more important: Do you have a workaround?

Thanks!

Regards, Vlad

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Thomas Fiedler
Apr 27 at 01:26 PM
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Hi Vlad,

I'm not 100% sure if I got the question but for me it is working like that:

I inserted the LOOP statement via template and the cursor is positioned at the TABLE.

There I have the code completion as expected:

Regards,

Thomas.


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Hi, Thomas!

I must correct the description of my problem.

When NOT using a template a bezel appears over the name of the internal table I'm about to write, suggesting the name WHIT-OUT NEEDING TO INVOKE THE AUTOCOMPLETION WITH CTRL - SPACE.

This ist not the case when using a template: The suggestions appears ONLY after hitting CTRL - SPACE.

Can you reproduce this on your system?

Regards,
Vlad

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