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Dear experts,

I need to achieve the following functionality in my infoset query.

Double click on a Notification number in the List output and go to the Notification header screen, the way we do in standard list outputs.

Requesting your help


Jogeswara Rao

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  • Posted on May 18, 2011 at 03:38 AM

    Dear Experts,

    I myself arrived at the solution throguh Google search.

    Thanks to Google & SDN. The solution is available at the following link.



    Jogeswara Rao

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    • Hello Titus,

      It would be better if we do not continue this discussion in a closed thread and start a fresh discussion. So please start a discussion on your query either in ABAP space or in DMS space.

      Also please note that you can RATE documents you visit and give LIKEs if you do.

      Good luck


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    Posted on Oct 14, 2015 at 06:19 AM

    Sure thing. Thanks and best regards.

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  • Posted on Oct 15, 2015 at 07:17 AM

    Jogeswara Rao

    Did you mean that you wanted to double-click on the notification and navigate to IW23 via a SAP Query report?

    If so, then you need to create a suit of utility programs that you link the SAP Query.

    There is an OSS Note that explains how to do it, but here is some of my code:

    report zsq01_display_notification.

    parameters p_notif like qmel-qmnum.

    * Check user is authorised

    authority-check object 'S_TCODE'

    id 'TCD'

    field 'IW23'.

    if sy-subrc = 0.

    if not p_notif is initial. "Check notification number populated

    set parameter id 'IQM' field p_notif.

    call transaction 'IW23' and skip first screen.


    message w807(jj). " This object cannot be displayed



    message e003(1w) with 'IW23'.



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