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Problem in creating cells of a existing table in a smartform

Hi,

I am working on a code of smartform in which i want to add 3 fields i.e. 3 cells in that table but i don't know how to add it in the existing table. plzz provide me guidlines for solving this problem i.e. how to add cells in a existing table.

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    Posted on Jan 15, 2009 at 12:57 PM

    Hi,

    You can add the cells in the table from its properties. If you go for change mode and the click on the Tables then it will open a window on the Right side. In the Tables tab you have a Button called 'Details'. Here you will find the number of columns with length and height details. if you want to add cells then add new cells in the appropriate Row type.

    Ashvender

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  • Posted on Jan 15, 2009 at 01:08 PM

    Hello Ricx,

    Goto Tcode SMARTFORMS -> double click Tables >click table tab right side window -> details

    Here you can Specify your cell with sizes.

    Have a Nice Day,

    Regards,

    Sujeet

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    • Former Member

      hi,

      I had added 3 fields in the structure but still the program is giving run time error :-

      In the function "/1BCDWB/SF00000004", the STRUCTURE parameter "ITEM" is typed

      in such a way

      that only actual parameters are allowed, which are compatible in Unicode

      with respect to the fragment view. However, the specified actual

      parameter "ITEM_FINAL1" has an incompatible fragment view.

      here,item and item_final with header line are the internal tables..

      plzz provide me guidlines how to solve this problem.

      Edited by: ricx .s on Jan 16, 2009 5:55 AM

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