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Hi all, new to Dialog programming, just wanted to know if anybody knows where there is some good reading material on dialog programming. Also I am trying to create a dialog Tree ALV, I looked at the demo and looked at the code for the demo, I just wanted to know if what I am trying to accomplish is possible. I want to make a cost center group hierarchy like the one in transaction ksh3.

this would be in the hierarchy colum and depending on what I click on in the hierarchy, it would report on it in the columns to the right.

it this possible, or is there another way to do this without using dialog programming.

thanks.

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    Posted on Jun 03, 2005 at 06:12 PM

    Hi Jamie

    I do not know whether there is a standard transaction for your requirement. But I can say that you can certainly accomplish it technically using dialog programming. For this, you can insert a container (either a docking or a custom container) on the screen to parent the tree object. You can use an ALV column tree to show info as columns on the tree or you can use a simple tree just to show the hierarchy and some ordinary screen fields to show data about the selected node (in fact you can also achieve the latter using the ALV column tree).

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