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KDAUF (sales order) field in table LIPS type fltp not allowed for screen element

Dear All;

I am generating a report that takes data from LIPS, and VBAP tables.

when i go to se16 to check the database content for the field KDAUF i get the following message: ABAP Dictionary type fltp is not allowed for screen element.

Do you know how can i include the content of this field in my report

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~Amal Aloun

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    Posted on Aug 02, 2012 at 10:15 AM

    Is it not allowing to proceed further after that? It is only an information message.

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    • The information message in your first post is due to LIPS field UMREF (and others with FLTP = floating point format), it has nothing to do with KDAUF. Also I don't understand the relation between SE16 for LIPS and the output you are showing further down.

      Please explain what you are up to.


      Thomas

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    Posted on Aug 02, 2012 at 02:42 PM

    Hi Amal

    Are you worried about the se16 message or is the problem to display KDAUF in your report?

    If it is regarding the report output I'd suggest you check directly after your select statement whether the field has got a value in it. Another thing that you can try is SE16N which shows all of the table fields.

    If possible maybe give us a bit more info as to where your problem is and we would be more then happy to assist.

    Regards

    Vic

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