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Workbook: view key and description in the same cell.

Hi Developers,

I'd to Know if it is possible to see (in the workbook) in the same excel's cell the Key and the denomination and not in two different cells.

Thanks in Advance!

Domenico

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    Posted on May 30, 2005 at 04:45 PM

    Thanks for your answer!

    I'd like to have more details on this solution:

    "You could use the long description: concatenate Value and Short (or medium) descrition and do present Long Descr in the Report."

    Thanks a lot!

    Domenico

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    • Hi Domenico,

      let's suppose you have an InfoObject (ZIOBJ) with short medium and long descriptions and that you do feed such values using a DataSource for texts. In the Trasfer Rule you map ZIOBJ 0TXTSH, 0 TXTMD and 0TXTLG to 4 different fields ZVALUE, TXT_SH, TXT_MD and TXT_LG of a Transfer Structure.

      You could write a simple ABAP Routine for the 0TXTLG as:

      CONCATENATE ZVALUE, TXT_MD SEPARATED BY SPACE INTO RESULT.

      Hope it's clear.

      GFV

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2005 at 02:20 PM

    Thanks a lot Gianfranco,

    your idea works fine!

    I'd like to write the right sintax:

    CONCATENATE TRAN_STRUCTURE-(f1) TRAN_STRUCTURE-(f2) INTO

    RESULT SEPARATED BY SPACE.

    I hope it helps!

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  • Posted on May 30, 2005 at 04:25 PM

    Hi Domenico,

    don't think it should be possible as a standard functionality. As a possible workaround you could use the long description: concatenate Value and Short (or medium) descrition and do present Long Descr in the Report.

    Another similar solution could be done with some VBA coding ... without affecting InfoObject metadata.

    Hope it helps

    GFV

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