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How To Simulate the Variant Functionality of se11.

Hi all,

In Module Pool Program, in the Subscreen I have Kept the select-options for 4 zfields(custom fields).

and there is Save Button in the Main Screen that is Calling the Subscreen Below.

My Requirement now is ,When SAVE is Done , I have to store all the conditions and values if entered in the Zfields just like a variant does and the Key No will be automatically generated.

So that when they come to the screen again and give that no it has to produce the all the conditions and value set earlier from the table..

The SAme functionality as of variant does , But when I debugged that , I am unable to trace how that does.

PLease help me out.

I know that variant are stored in VARID,VARIT,VARI But how these tables get updated and how the values are getting on to screen when selected..

Please Share the Ideas.

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  • Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 05:38 AM


    Just use a report instead of a custom module pool program, you will not have to handle for variant functionality.



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  • Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 06:00 AM


    Check the function module TABLE_VARIANT_INPUT,maybe it can give you some lead.


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