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ALV List Fixed Rows.


I have a requirement where i want the first two lines on the internal tables that are displayed to be fixed in an alv grid. I have to generate dyanmic columns so i can't use another list. The data in the list is something like this.

matnr columnA columnB columnC..... Maybe N

Limit1 10 - -

Limit2 - 20 -

2306 A B C

2441 D E F

I want the limit1 and the limit2 column to be fixed and Can i add them directly to Column heading but on a new line or fix these two lines so that the othe data moves.


Shekhar Kulkarni

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    Posted on Dec 30, 2004 at 07:52 AM

    You say <b>LIMIT1</b> and <b>LIMIT2</b> are columns, but you show them under MATNR. This is confusing.

    As far as I know, multiple level columns are not possible, unless it is a hierarchy. There is no indication of hierarchy in this case.

    Your question is obscure. Use [code ] and [/code ] without the spaces before the end bracket and you can show clearly how you want your table. Also specifiy what are the fixed lines in that table with an example ?

    You can show your example something like this(I have used the code tags in here)

    | 2345    XY     AB     DE  | 
    | 5634    AK     TR     NK  | 

    I know it is pretty difficult to explain in the forum, but with vague questions you get vague answers.


    Subramanian V.

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