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Different screens in docking container...?

Hi gurus,

I'll try to explain what I'd like to do....

I have a dynpro with a docking container, on the left I have a tree where I can choose an activity (e.g.: go to se11, go to se38, go to se16, and so on).

I would like to run those transaction inside the docking container, without leaving to another screen, is it possible?

Thank you very much!!!

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2009 at 09:19 AM


    I think it is not possible, although your idea is interesting. You must think that we must use Call Transaction XXXX and that means that we´re leaving our current programme in order to execute the called programmed and screen behind transaction XXXX. We cannot use Submit since the instruction is for executable reports only.

    When using the SAP´s main menu, we have to leave the main programme (SAPLSMTR_NAVIGATION, screen 0100) when double clicking a node in the tree. When using a docking container, you must insert either screens or subscreens for displaying your information. You cannot enbed a transaction into this screens since it happens what I´ve explained in my first paragraph.

    If you find a way, let us know.

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