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Table Control In Selection Screen

Dear Friends,

How to use Table Control In a Selection Screen.

Thanks & Regards,

Amit Mittal.

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    Posted on Jan 15, 2005 at 04:11 PM

    Amit... you must use the Report Painter in order to do this.. go to the tx: SE80 and work with dynpros.

    Regards,

    Carlos

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    Posted on Jan 15, 2005 at 09:40 PM

    Hi Amit and welcome to the group!

    I do not think it is possible to put a table control on a selection screen.

    It is possible to put selection screen objects on a regular screen, i.e. create a regular screen that can have a table control, and add selection screen features to it.

    Define a regular screen and create a subscreen area. Outside the subscreen area, put your table control. In the subscreen area, put a selection screen defined as a subscreen.

    You can do help on command SELECTION-SCREEN and look at the option for BEGIN OF SCREEN nnn AS SUBSCREEN.

    Demo program demo_sel_screen_as_subscreen might also help.

    I have a few notes that might be helpful:

    1. define the selection screen with a number in the range 1001 thru 1100. If not, the normal selection screen events are not available.

    2. set PF2=OPTI in the status for your screen or selection options will not work. Add the button as well as it appears on a regular selection screen.

    Let us know how it goes.

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2005 at 12:06 PM

    Dear Charles Folwell,

    Thanks for your answer.

    But it still means that in a normal selection

    screen we cannot use table control. This is what i understand and conclude.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Amit Mittal.

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