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Popup screen in dialog box

Hi friends,

we have an online application creating an error log protocol. The log is displayed in a popup. This is done using functions 'BAL_DSP_PROFILE_POPUP_GET' and 'BAL_DSP_LOG_DISPLAY'.

I would rather like to place the popup in a dialog box container as this will enabled the user to continue working in the application and see the log at the same time.

Any ideas to achieve this are welcome.



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    Posted on Oct 22, 2008 at 04:47 PM

    The report SBAL_DEMO_04 shows different ways to call the FM 'BAL_DSP_LOG_DISPLAY' to display the logs.

    Take a look at this report, this might help you.


    Naimesh Patel

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  • Posted on Oct 22, 2008 at 03:15 PM

    What about read message data with BAL_LOG_MSG_READ using a message handle. This function module returns the message data in E_S_MSG and place the E_S_MSG in a container as you said.

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    • Clemens Li .Subramony A R .Subramony Ramakrishnan

      If we make the container as Modal Dialog it means we have to CALL SCREEN..STARTING AT..ENDING AT. We have an own menu button bar and an own title. OK codes are not processed.

      You may read something like this placing the cursor on the radiobutton in screen properties and pressing F1.

      But still you are bound to the acreen and can't do anything else before you close it.



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