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i want F4Help Functionality by using BAPI(Like EVS Concept)

Hi Friends,

I have one doubt on F4Help Functionality.

ABAPer gave one BAPI. that BAPI Having Output Table Structure.

My Req. By using that i can display F4Help Functionality in Each and every input filed Attribute.

For Example. By using EVS concept we can display the F4Help Functionality for that input filed.Same i want F4Help Functionality by using BAPI

How Can i do.Please give me Sussitions.

Regards

Vijay K

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 03:23 AM

    Hello Vijay,

    Take a context attribute and bind it to the Input field. now maniplate the SVS (simple value selector) of the Context attribute using the below code

    IWDAttributeInfo l_attInfo = wdContext.nodeCtx_aa().getNodeInfo().getAttribute( IPublicsdaf.IsadfElement

    .CTX__VA__VARIANTS);

    IModifiableSimpleValueSet l_valueSet = l_attInfo.getModifiableSimpleType().getSVServices().getModifiableSimpleValueSet();

    l_valueSet.clear();

    l_valueset.put("","");

    what are the values which you keep in the l_valueset.put will come in the required dropdown or EVS.

    in your case you need to execute the BAPI and loop the output and keep the values in the l_valueset.

    Regards,

    Raju Bonagiri

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