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Event Handler for Download to Excel Button

Hi Experts,

I have been trying to debug and find some clue about the Export to Spreadsheet Button present normally in a table view. My requirement is to modify the records before they are downloaded to an excel sheet.

Any quick clues will be highly appreciated.

Thanks

Vishal

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  • Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 04:43 PM

    Hi Vishal,

    You can try to see the class behind the tag that builds the table to figure out how the download to excel is being done.

    Regards,

    Shiromani

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 08:44 PM

    Hi Vishal,

    I guess you can put your code in one of these methods, GET_TABLE_COMPONENTS or GET_PAGE_CONTEXT of IMPL class.

    Put a break point in IF_BSP_WD_MODEL_TV_EXCEL_EXPRT~GET_CSV, its there in CNXX class of your table view context node and then see call stack.

    Hope that helps.

    Regards,

    BJ

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    • Hi, Vishal.

      One more input regarding your question (may be it will be usefull) is that the service UIF_EXPORT_TAB (in tx. SICF) is responsible for this button. Its handler class CL_CHTMLB_CONFIG_TAB_EXCEL_EXP handles requests from this button. And also it works with template (method gDo) and actual data (method gDa) from the table. It calls mentioned GET_TABLE_COMPONENTS, GET_TEMPLATE_XML, GET_DATA_XML, GET_CSB methods from your table context node class.

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