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not able to use the scroll in screen.

Hi all,

I am stuck up in a problem with the scroll function.

I am trying to convert the PO to SO automatically. For this via i am directed to VA01 automatically. Here all the required fields are comming automatically. But the problem is that when i try to put in the header condition 'ZFAH' it automatically places the cursor at the first column first row, as this field is already having value in display mode, i am getting an error as 'This is not an Input Type Field'. I have to scroll this to the last to that i can get the empty field for KOMV-KOSCHL to place my field. when i manually scroll, it is taking. But when i go for use BDC processing, its not taking.

Pls help, it is urgent.


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  • Posted on Jan 03, 2005 at 06:08 PM

    Hello NC

    You don't write anything about what version of R/3 you use, so I just checked the version I have fastest access to (4.0b).

    In this version there is a push button on the screen to insert new lines (OK-code KOAN).

    When this button is pressed the table is scrolled making the last already used line turn to line one. After this line 2 is always ready for input so you enter your ZFAH condition in line 2.

    There must me similar function in your version.

    Best regards

    Thomas Madsen Nielsen

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    • Former Member Thomas Madsen Nielsen


      Thanks Subramanian V and Thomas. I will definately use BAPI the next time simalar requirment comes. This time i got a similar function code as the one Thomas mentioned in 4.7 . I am able to insert the new value now.

      Thanks again for the help.


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