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How to add two list in one frame using REUSE_ALV_LIST_DISPLAY


I want to display two list in single output by calling FM 'REUSE_ALV_LIST_DISPLAY' twice.

I saw one topic posted by Arunava Das as 'ALV Problem' but didn't get the steps to do that.

Here is his way of doing that "What I have done is gone for the append ALV approach wher I have added the END_OF_LIST Event for the Fisrt reprt and in the Corresponding FORM Routine I have added another made another cALL to the REUSE_ALV_LIST DISPLAY FM with the other table."

I would be grateful if someone can help me out.

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  • Posted on Dec 16, 2004 at 09:19 AM

    Ashish Arya

    Display both list fields in the output then make 2 layouts. And make one extra field in the selection-screen with ALV Layout. Based user selection report will be displayed as ALV output.

    Hope this will give a idea.

    Best Regards

    Suresh Babu Karanam

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      If I have understood your question correctly, then you require two ALV lists in a single output.

      Use <b>REUSE_ALV_BLOCK_APPEND</b> and <b>REUSE_ALV_BLOCK_DISPLAY</b> for this purpose.

      So if you require two lists, you need to call

      <b>REUSE_ALV_BOCK_APPEND</b> twice. And in the end calle <b>REUSE_ALV_BLOCK_DISPLAY</b>.


      Subramanian V.

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2004 at 09:17 AM

    Hi Ashish,

    The way you have tried i.e. calling the second list in the END_OF_LIST event of first list and like wise that is the correct way of doing it.

    Using this way you can display multiple lists. In the event END_OF_LIST by using a global variable G_COUNTER. the value of which you increment for each list and based on that counter you call different lists in the END_OF_LIST event.

    case G_COUNTER.

    when 1. perform call_first_list.

    when 2. perform call_second_list.

    when 3. perform call_third_list.


    Hope this answers your query


    Satyadev Dutta

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