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ALV OM checkbox_hotspot in container not an actual checkbox?

Good day!

I have a question I hope the community can help me to get an answer....

I have a report that uses ALV OM to display a alv inside a container (classic dynpro).

The requirement is to conditionally display a checkbox in a cell depending on some rules for every row.

For this I'm using the method

lr_columns->set_cell_type_column( value = 'IT_CELL_TYPES' ).

of the cl_salv_columns_table to set a control table IT_CELL_TYPES to specify how to display the checkbox. The column that will display a checbox (or not) is called "IS_SELECTED". And I'm using a checkbox_hotspot so I can handle user interaction.

ls_cell_types-columnname = 'IS_SELECTED'.

ls_cell_types-value = if_salv_c_cell_type=>checkbox_hotspot.

APPEND ls_cell_types TO <ls_row>-it_cell_types.

So far, the code is working with one big weird exception:

If I use if_salv_c_cell_type=>checkbox_hotspot the checkboxes inside the cell do not look like a checkbox, instead they look like a simple hotspot. In the following screenshot you can see that the column "S" (IS_SELECTED) is used to show the checkboxes for some rows.

Here it is the strange part... if I change the cell type to if_salv_c_cell_type=>checkbox, which it is a diabled checkbox, they actually show like it is supposed to be:

Am I doing something wrong? Is this a limitation of the ALV OM or is it a bug?

Thanks for your help in advanced!

- Mario

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  • Posted on May 26, 2016 at 12:21 PM

    old question but I've posted the exact solution in that thread:

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    • Sorry to have posted on this old thread, I should not have done it (and especially without giving details). Well I just did the test, it's okay with a container too. Your issue happens exactly when the cell has value 'X' and the column was not set by "lo_column->set_cell_type( if_salv_c_cell_type=>checkbox )" (I could test it by adapting the code I had posted in the thread I mentioned).

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