we are displaying two lists in one output by using resue_alv_list_output by passing list_append = 'X' to l IS_LAYOUT parameter.
when we are using like this we are getting the LIST_TOO_MANY_LPROS error.please suggest.
please find the below error.
Runtime Errors LIST_TOO_MANY_LPROS
Date and Time 08.09.2009 21:06:33
No further list processing possible.
You requested too many consecutive nested call screens.
What can you do?
If possible, leave the current screen level before making a further
selection (function Back=F3 or Cancel=F12).
Note down which actions and inputs caused the error.
To process the problem further, contact you SAP system
Using Transaction ST22 for ABAP Dump Analysis, you can look
at and manage termination messages, and you can also
keep them for a long time.
At present, the maximum permitted number of nested screen levels is
restricted to 50.
How to correct the error
If possible, unnecessary screens should be suppressed beforehand.
Remember that you can also output a list at the same screen level as
the details list.
In some cases, it is better to create a new screen level stack by
switching to another program or transaction.
If the error occures in a non-modified SAP program, you may be able to
find an interim solution in an SAP Note.
If you have access to SAP Notes, carry out a search with the following
"LIST_TOO_MANY_LPROS" " "
"SAPLKKBL" or "LKKBLU01"
If you cannot solve the problem yourself and want to send an error
notification to SAP, include the following information:
1. The description of the current problem (short dump)
To save the description, choose "System->List->Save->Local File
2. Corresponding system log
Display the system log by calling transaction SM21.
Restrict the time interval to 10 minutes before and five minutes
after the short dump. Then choose "System->List->Save->Local File
3. If the problem occurs in a problem of your own or a modified SAP
program: The source code of the program
In the editor, choose "Utilities->More
4. Details about the conditions under which the error occurred or which
actions and input led to the error.