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Change date from YYYYMMDD to DD.MM.YYYY + change header of selection screen

Hi all,

I build a query with sq02 and sq01, and in the output I print the input fields by writing the following code in the TOP-OF-PAGE event (thanks to Michal Kunze):

data: lt_seltab type standard table of rsparams

with header line.

data: lv_report like sy-repid.

lv_report = sy-repid. "do not pass sy-repid directly

call function 'RS_REFRESH_FROM_SELECTOPTIONS'

exporting

curr_report = lv_report

tables

selection_table = lt_seltab.

  • you can remove some parameters with

  • 'DELETE LT_SELTAB WHERE...' statement,

  • before display, if necessary

call function 'RS_LIST_SELECTION_TABLE'

exporting

report = lv_report

seltext = 'X'

  • dyn_range =

newpage = ' '

  • screennr = 1000

tables

sel_tab = lt_seltab

exceptions

sel_tab_empty = 1.

I have 2 question:

<b>1.</b> I want that the input field DATE will be printing in the format DD<b>.</b>MM<b>.</b>YYYY

<b>2.</b> In the top of the printing the input fields, it prints the header "Objects for selection screen 1000",

How can I change the text ,or prevent it from being printed?

thanks,

Itzhak.

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2004 at 07:37 AM

    Hi Itzhak,

    1. Try fm CONVERSION_EXIT_MODAT_OUTPUT

    2. in your report definition use the option REPORT .... NO STANDARD PAGE HEADING.

    regards

    Siggi

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