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CEWB - add Columns to standard Table control using enhancement

hi,

there is a table control in CEWB where i want to add a field from table STPO. Is this possible to add fields to standard tble control. If yes, what is the method? Enhncement or i read somewhere GUIXT. Whats that?

Any help will be really appreciated.

I hv got some list of BADIs, but none of them re triggering in the "Component assignment" screen:

EWB_SELECTION

CEWB_TSK_MENU_INTERN

CEWB_TSK_MENU_EXTERN

CEWB_OPR_MENU_INTERN

CEWB_OPR_MENU_EXTERN

CEWB_COM_MENU_INTERN

CEWB_COM_MENU_EXTERN

CEWB_CHA_MENU_INTERN

CEWB_CHA_MENU_EXTERN

CEWB_MST_MENU_INTERN

CEWB_MST_MENU_EXTERN

CEWB_GEN_MENU_INTERN

CEWB_TSK_UPDATE

CEWB_TSK_SCREENS

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Edited by: ags on Jan 20, 2012 7:11 PM

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  • Posted on Jan 25, 2012 at 08:07 AM

    hi,

    I am able to do this using SAP GUIXT scripts. But since I am new to this Script would like to get some advice on it like is it best practice to use this technique in such situations? Also how do i make this change universl, like how should i deliver this develoipment to the customer nd other users? what kind of settings need to be done.

    Any hint will be really helpul.

    Thanks in advance.

    Ags.

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      Hi,

      You are able to do this using GuiXT. Well, in the sense that you can add columns to tables.

      You will need to have a GuiXT license though, as this is part of the GuiXT InputAssistant component.

      The scripting language is straight forward once you know the syntax.

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