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Hi folks !

Is it possible to get a filter value of one DropDown Web Template Object ? (With Service help ou Modify Class)


Tks a lot,


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    Posted on Jun 14, 2005 at 06:58 PM


    You can get the value of one dropdown object with javascript as shown,

    <script language="javascript">










    function popURL(parameter,cell_type,filter,parameter1,parameter2,item,dataprovider,x,y){

    var indx;

    var found;

    switch (parameter){

    case "1":

    for( indx = 0; indx < document.URL.selected.length; indx++) {

    if( document.URL.selected.options[indx].value == parameter1) {

    found = true;



    if( found == true ){ "http://" + document.URL.selected.options[indx].text + "/",


    "toolbar=yes, directories=no, location=yes, status=yes, menubar=yes,resizable=yes, scrollbars=yes, width=900, height=600");




    <span style="DISPLAY: none; VISIBILITY: hidden" id="Values">

    <form name="URL" style="VISIBILITY: hidden">

    <select name="selected">


    <param name="OWNER" value="SAP_BW"/>

    <param name="CMD" value="GET_ITEM"/>

    <param name="NAME" value="DROPDOWNBOX_1"/>

    <param name="ITEM_CLASS" value="CL_RSR_WWW_ITEM_FILTER_DDOWN"/>

    <param name="DATA_PROVIDER" value="DATAPROVIDER_1"/>

    <param name="GENERATE_CAPTION" value=""/>

    <param name="IOBJNM" value="ZCRMURL"/>

    <param name="BOOKED_VALUES" value="Q"/>

    <param name="MAXVALUES" value="100"/>

    <param name="SHOW_LABEL" value=""/>

    <param name="ONLY_VALUES" value="X"/>






    Hope this helps


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    • Former Member

      Arun I'll try this. But I think I need something more easy.

      Because we have in our query the infoobject 0PLANT, and one DropDown with 0PLANT.

      I'm trying to see with MODIFY_CLASS the values of 0PLANT.

      For now, I'm testing your script.

      Hugs !!

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