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ABAP screen/control question

I have a question for all the resident experts in ABAP. I would like to take a simple screen that has about three sub-screens in it that are fixed sized and make them variable sized in the transaction. In other words, make the sub-screens re-sizeable by the user; see Transaction WPS1 (or SE80) for an example of this.

Please note that I have looked into using the control

CL_GUI_DOCKING_CONTAINER, but the problem I am running into is that it doesn't make room for putting in a program screen into that newly created docking container. It is possible to put in other controls in it, but not screens.

If you any of you have any comments or suggestions I would be very grateful. Thank you.

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    Posted on May 19, 2004 at 11:36 AM

    Hello Subramanian,

    I guess it should work in the following way.

    1.) Define a Container-Control for the Docking-Container

    but don't use the whole Dynpro-space.

    Make the DC not rezisable but the Subscreens rezisable.

    2.) Above the DC-Cntrl you can place Your standard-Dynpro Objects.

    3.) Try to change the Screen-Properties to higher value.

    for excample 132 Colums.

    Hope I could help You

    BR

    Michael

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    Posted on May 20, 2004 at 09:16 AM

    Hello,

    i am sorry, but i am out for holliday until the end of the next week.

    But if You want, i can prepare You an example after next week.

    BR Michael

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