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tableView Control EditMode

hi folks,

i have a tableView where an itab is attached, and as attribute i say "LineEdit" , but i don't want all columns editable, so what can i do, as i dont wanna loop over itab and make n-tableViewColumn Controls there.

is this possible, is there a fieldcatalog like ALV available????

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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2004 at 02:22 PM

    Hallo Oliver,

    This quesion in now moving the work onto us, instead of you doing some work. Please look at some examples, SBSPEXT_HTMLB, maybe SBSPEXT_TABLE. Look at the BSP Extension HTMLB, tableView element and all of its attributes. There you will find the answer you want. Read some of the documentation for the tableView. (If you have the tree of controls left for one library, use right mouse, show documentation.)

    Read a weblog or two. Try:

    BSP Programming: HTMLB TableView Iterator


    When you get behind that steering of your car tonight, think about your drivers license. It was no given to you. You did not buy it (well not directly). In life, you have to invest some time and learn about things before you can really use it.

    If afterwards, if you should still have questions, show us what you did. We can review it and look for the smaller subtle problems.

    The short answer to your questions is: yes, their is such a "field catalog".


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    • Oliver,

      I agree with the comments that the interfaces are not well documented inside online system. That specific interface was done too fast years ago. There is also the slight handycap that online documentation must be written in German. Which is only language number N for me. Schreiben ist einfach viel schwerder in Deutsch, als in English. Sprechen geht schon viel einfacher!

      To make it good, that small blog was written, and I hope that it beats anything in you will ever find in documentation. That one, plus the one it references, should put you well on the road to success!


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