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get one field value as like input value as non changeable mode in table control

Hi... My requirement is based on module pool prgmming . i.e 1st screen input field is konnr when user give value then press enter. then it will go to 2nd screen . in 2nd screen table control wizard is there with diff fields,1st field is again 'konnr' . this 'konnr' field value like 1st screen field value this value should come automatically in display mode like non changeable field before enter values manually in 2nd screen table control..in table control user has no chance to change this field value. and how to validate table control fields?

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    Posted on Nov 14, 2012 at 06:45 AM

    Hi,

    Declare a variable of type KONNR in the top include so that it is global. Then in the PBO of your 2nd screen pass the KONNR global field value to your KONNR in the table control. And for making this field 'display only' you can directly set the attribute of the field to DISPLAY in the field properties in the layout.

    Regards,

    Vidya.

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    Posted on Nov 17, 2012 at 05:43 AM

    Hi... in my table control i have diif fields like ebeln , ebelp,lifnr,name1,matnr,txz01,address. now user want address field as button in table control wizard. can any one explain about this clearly? regards karthik

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