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Create and display roadmap steps dynamically

Hi all,

Can anyone shows a quick guide how I can create and display roadmap steps dynamically? Thanks alot .

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2010 at 06:24 AM

    HI Siong Chao ,

    the runtime class for Road map is CL_WD_ROAD_MAP

    you can creat a new road map dynamically method new_road_map_step

    CALL METHOD cl_wd_road_map_step=>new_road_map_step
    *        bind_enabled        = lv_bind_enabled
            description         = lv_descr
            enabled             = lv_enabled
            id                  = lv_id
            name                = lv_number_str
    *          TOOLTIP             =
    *          TYPE                = E_TYPE-STANDARD
    *          VIEW                =
    *          VISIBLE             = ABAP_TRUE
            control             = lo_rm_step.

    For adding steps dynamically

    CALL METHOD lo_rm->add_step
            the_step = lo_rm_step.


    chinnaiya P

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    • Former Member Siong Chao Ng

      Hello Siong,

      I would suggest you to limit things which you do dynamicallly as it makes a difference in performance.

      if you are certain that you would have a road map then atleast add the ui element and then you could dynamically add more steps to it.


      Anurag Chopra

  • Posted on Aug 27, 2010 at 03:18 AM

    The roadmap can be created and displayed dynamically. Steps and sub steps can be added. assign action cannot be implemented

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  • Posted on Jan 17, 2012 at 12:23 PM

    dear team

    can i write the action method for the above roadmap programme dynamically?

    if it is possible how can i write the code?



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