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drop down list values

hi

In a module pool program(generated through custom infotype)

I have used a list box to display the values, by using VRM_SET_VALUES function moudle.

it is working for the create functionality

but for change functionality, it is showing the current value in the drop down box.

for ex: the list box contains 01, 02 03.

if we select 01 while creating the record, next time when we try to change this record,

in the drop down box it is showing 4 values. 01 02 03 01(again and also current value)

I tried to refresh the buffer,but still problem existed.

Please help me here

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    Posted on Mar 18, 2009 at 06:04 AM

    Hi chitra,

    You are passing the selected value also somewhere,

    please give some code so that we can check it.

    Clear the selected value in logic ........

    Best regards,

    Rohit

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      i have debugged this program, there is a standard include "MPPERS00" in this include it is giving problem at macro 'move_cprel_to_pnnnn".

      Dont know how to fix this.

      Please help me here.

      P:S :I have copied this infotype from standard infotype 0744, it is working fine in 0744 but my custom infotype does not working.

  • Posted on Mar 18, 2009 at 11:50 AM

    I don't see anything in your question related to Web Dynpro ABAP. You are talking about Module Pool Programming. This belongs in one of the other ABAP forums. I am locking this thread for not being related to Web Dynpro ABAP.

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