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FM like HELP_START with Internal Table?

Hi,

I need to open a screen like the FM 'HELP_START' (F1) with text of an Internal Table.

Anyone know a FM that can I use??

Thx!

Allan Cristian

Edited by: Allan Cristian on Sep 3, 2009 3:30 PM

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 06:39 PM

    Try with fm

    at selection-screen on help-request for p_mplant.
    * This perform will add records in the table i_help
      perform f_append_type.
    
    * This perform will be executed when F1 key is pressed 
    * It will show a documentation
      perform f_document using v_title.
    
    form f_append_type.
    
      clear wa_help.
      refresh i_help.
    
      wa_help-tdline = text-069.             " This input is for number of
                                             " plants columns displayed
      wa_help-tdformat = '1'.
      append wa_help to i_help.
      clear wa_help.
    
      wa_help-tdline = text-070.             " There will be maximum of 25
                                             " plants will be displayed
      wa_help-tdformat = '2'.
      append wa_help to i_help.
      clear wa_help.
    
      wa_help-tdline = text-071.             " If input is 0 or blank, then
                                             " plants will not be displayed
      wa_help-tdformat = '3'.
      append wa_help to i_help.
      clear wa_help.
    
      v_title = text-072.                    " Display Plants
    
    endform.                                 " F_append_type
    
    form f_document using  p_v_title.
    
      call function 'COPO_POPUP_TO_DISPLAY_TEXTLIST'
        exporting
          task       = c_display
          titel      = p_v_title
        tables
          text_table = i_help.
    
    endform.                                 " F_document
    
    

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