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F4 help for a field in module pool

Hello Experts,

I need to provide f4 help on field sales office(VKBUR) in my module pool program.

I have searched forums about it. but all forum contains either doc. no or customers etc.

these field are directly available on table, so very easy to find.

But for sales office, how can i provide f4 help. there is no straight entries in tables like for this company code this sales office.

so its getting difficult for me to provide help.

so if anybody know the solution plz help, and if anyone know table where all sales offices are stored, i will be thankful.



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    Posted on Jul 16, 2011 at 08:41 AM

    write your own f4 help in POH module.

    you can use 'F4IF_INT_TABLE_VALUE_REQUEST' fm.

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  • Posted on Jul 16, 2011 at 06:00 PM

    Hi amar_war,

    use screen painter to edit the screen layout where the field VKBUR is on. Double click the field to get the details screen. Here you can attach a search help to the field.

    H_TVBUR has no more parameters, it will display a list of al sales offices with description text

    H_TVBVK will also show the sales group, if VKGRP is a screen field, it will restrict the result list automatically on matching VKGRP.

    H_TVKBZ has also VKORG VTWEG SPART - it will take those values from screen if filled.

    If you are not satisfied with the results, you can easily create your own search help using own selection method and own search help exits if required.

    Try standard search help for standard field first.

    You can create a copy of VKBUR as ZVKBUR and attach search help there, you can create your own screen structure and attach the search help there - 50 ways to get your search help...



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