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Subscreen with Select-Options called from At Selection Screen event

Dear friends,

I'm trying to call a subscreen that contains a select-options, from an 'at selection screen' event, in a report program, but without sucess.

Here's go what I'm doing:

I declared a selection-screen as subscreen in my main program, and I'm calling it from a module-pool subscreen area, to make the module-pool select-options magic.

In my main report program, I have a customized status GUI with a new toolbar button and I'm handling it at the 'at selection screen' event.

What I need to do is to call the subscreen that contains the select-options when this new customized button get pressed, but when It happens, the select-option selections pop-up doesn't appear.

If I call the subscreen from the 'start-of-selection' event, it goes fine, just don't work from the 'at selection screen'.

Any ideas on how can I do it?

Thank you,

Heber

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  • Posted on Dec 26, 2011 at 09:15 AM

    Try to use at selection screen output and check

    Nabheet

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    Posted on Dec 26, 2011 at 03:44 PM

    i think you should try something like this:

    at selection screen.
    
    if condition handled ....
      show_popup = 'X'.
    endif.
    
    
    at selection screen output.
    if show_popup EQ 'X.
     call subscreen
    endif.

    ...

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