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Batch Input ALV user defined button

Hey guys,

i have a report which should be called in batch input mode. This report has a ALV grid with a user defined button, e.g. OKCODE = START

I used batch input recorder to build a small program where i can call my report in batch input mode. How can i call in batch input mode my defined button START?

The batch input creates for my button a fcode like

'=%_GC 128 10'

But this fcide doesn't work on other system?

Any ideas?

thx, Ming

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  • Posted on Nov 10, 2012 at 12:56 PM

    You cannot manage the ALV grid class in a BDC, this tool is restricted to classic dynpro modules and cannot be used for ALV interaction. (Look at Note 311440 - Batch input and controls and similar notes.)

    Although the batch input cannot run actions on controls, this does not necessarily mean that you can no longer run a transaction via batch input. This would only be the case if the controls were absolutely necessary for navigating in the transaction. A particular transaction can include several simultaneous actions that can be executed via batch input and some that cannot be executed this way at all.

    Can you execute the function code from menu or application bar and not from ALV grid ?



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