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how to show specific colums in tables with debugging

I don't know if it is possible but I get always very simple if I have to debug with tables that I can't get the fieldvalues that interest me in a column straight away.

for instance I have a table which contains a field aufnr. only aufnr is field nr 200 in the table. so I have to skip to that field and it is very unhandy.

is it possible to show just 1 column of a table in debugging ??

I tried under variables to append it with the fieldname but no succes TA_VBDPR[]-maufnr

kind regards

arthur de smidt

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 02:59 PM

    I guess any changes are active until one debug session.. once you re run into debug its back to its own form..

    In classic debugger.. it copy my table order (matnr werks vkorg) and save it in a text file and use that often..

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  • Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 02:56 PM

    But you can drag and drop the desired column at any column place.so you can do one thing just drag desired column and drop at first column position.

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    • yep but then the next time I enter debugging I have to do it again. and going through all the columns is quite frustrating if it are a lot of them

      can I save it then as a layout perhaps ?

      and in the new debugger it seems I cant remove a column anymore. at least if I press with the right mouse button on a column the whole system crashes completely 😔

      kind regards

      arthur

      Edited by: A. de Smidt on Dec 23, 2008 4:05 PM

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 02:57 PM

    Hi,

    In the classical dubugger, the column names can be changed when you are viewing the table. Simpy remove one of the column and type AUFNR and press enter. Now you will see that column n its values.

    regards,

    Advait

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  • Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 03:02 PM

    If you are using the New Debugger:

    Open your table in the table control inside the Debugger

    Right Click on the Table Name (not table control) > Services of this Tool

    Select "Change Columns".

    Press Enter

    Select your Column (AUFNR) from the Right Pan to Left Pan.

    Right Click on the Table Name (not table control) > Services of this Tool

    Select "Save Columns".

    Press Enter

    It will retain the order of the columns.

    If you are using the Old Debugger:

    Just type the name of the column in the column name area.

    Regards,

    Naimesh Patel

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 03:03 PM

    Hello,

    I am not sure if you are using the old or the new debugger, but if you are using the new one there is a

    feature that allows you to edit the display order of the columns of an internal table.

    While you are displaying the internal table contents select 'Services of the Tool' (the wrench crossed with a hammer icon to the upper right of the table display screen)) and then select 'Edit Order of Columns'.

    This does not delete columns but you can conveniently place the ones that you are interested in.

    Regards

    Greg Kern

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2008 at 03:04 PM

    Hi,

    In debug mode after double clicking on the table (now it will be shown with all columns)

    simply write your column name at the first position of your table column headings.

    Now it will show the required column at first position.

    Regards,

    Manoj Kumar P

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