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SY-UCOMM OF THE REFRESH BUTTON INSIDE THE ALV GRID , THE ALV GRID OO

Good Day, I have a problem i need to obtain the sy-ucom of the "Refresh button" using an ALV generated by objects. I've already done the /h statement the refresh sy-ucomm code is %_GC 126 10

and %_GC 126 18 %_GC 128 10. I don't know why i can't obtain the real sy-ucomm. HELP PLEASE!!!

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    Posted on Mar 27, 2009 at 05:47 AM

    Hi Angel,

    the sy-ucomm for the Refresh in ALV-Grid control is "&REFRESH" in my ALV written program,

    and if you goto standard SE11 and display values and /h and look to the UCOMM value will be "REFR".

    Thanks & Regards,

    Dileep .C

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    Posted on Mar 27, 2009 at 01:55 AM

    If you apply ALV class, you may need to enable 'Sysem debugging' during debug. You will see more detail that it call standard report SAPMSSYD

      *======================================================================*
      * C O N T R O L  I N P U T
      * Dynpro: Main Step after DCI and before PAI
      * List of handlers:
      * FunctionCode  | Condition /  Handler
      * ----------------------------------------------------------------------
      * %_GC          | A control fires an event
      *               | --> control_dispatch(sapfguicntl) (sy-ucomm)
      * %_GS          | A control shell fires an event
      *               | --> control_dispatch(sapfguicntl) (sy-ucomm)
      * %_GIMC        | Intermodus communication fires an event
      *               | --> imc_dispatch(sapfimccntl) (sy-ucomm)
      *======================================================================*
    

    This is the reason it provide %_GC xxx xxx .

    I don't no much detail about this but hope this may extend your next idea.

    Cheers,

    Thanagit

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