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Internal table contents are f4 help values

can i have internal table values as f4 help value for

a particular field on the screen

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  • Posted on Dec 06, 2004 at 08:47 PM



    Srini S

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  • Posted on Dec 06, 2004 at 10:27 PM

    Hi Kaushik

    This is a renowned subject here. Srini's suggestion is OK. And here is an example I have posted in this forum before.

    *--Screen 100:
      FIELD gv_user MODULE f4_user .
    MODULE gv_user INPUT.
    *--Branching to a form since the variables are defined 
    *-as global when you define here...
      PERFORM f4_user CHANGING gv_user .
    FORM f4_user CHANGING ep_user LIKE sy-uname .
    *--You can have this internal table as you want
      DATA: BEGIN OF lt_users OCCURS 1 ,
        bname LIKE usr21-bname ,
        kostl LIKE usr21-kostl ,
      END OF lt_users .
      DATA lt_return LIKE ddshretval OCCURS 0 
           WITH HEADER LINE .
    *--You can get the internal table content from any  
    *--table you want. Here I use "USR21" 
      SELECT bname kostl FROM usr21
             INTO TABLE lt_users .
    *--retfield must contain the name of the field of  
    *--the internal table which will be assigned to   
    *--your screen field in case you select it. 
          retfield = 'BNAME'
          window_title = 'User Selection'
          value_org = 'S' "Use this value"
    *--your int. tab holding values to be selected
          value_tab = lt_users 
    *--int table having your selection(s)
          return_tab = lt_return 
          parameter_error = 1
          no_values_found = 2
          OTHERS = 3.
      IF sy-subrc = 0 .
        READ TABLE lt_return INDEX 1 .
        IF sy-subrc = 0 .
    *--Here is the assignment
          ep_user = lt_return-fieldval . 
        ENDIF .


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