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ABAP ALV Reports Interview Questions and Answers

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ABAP ALV Reports Interview Questions and Answers
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Top ABAP ALV Report FAQ's

Q.1) How to use 'DOUBLE_CLICK' event in ALV?

Ans) DOUBLE_CLICK it is an Event.it is used for to print Interactive Report. This is mainly used in ooalv report for ex:Dc event for double_click for e_row. (e_row is parameter).

Q.2) How to make use of 'EDIT', and 'SAVE' option in ALV?

Ans) EDIT field is used to edit data at output screen.This is declare in Feildcat Level only for ex : EDIT = 'X'.

Q.3) If I implemented 'HOTSPOT' in ALV, then how to write its code. So that after clicking on say for ex.'matnr', further list should get displayed.

Ans) Hotspot is used for Single click at Basic list. it shows Hand symbol ,it is also Declared in Fieldcat level Hotspot = 'X'.


Comments

  • 23 May 2012 4:34 am
    1. DOUBLE_CLICK it is an Event.it is used for to print Interactive Report.
    this is mainly used in ooalv report.
    ex:Dc event for double_click for e_row. (e_row is parameter)

    2. EDIT field is used to edit data at output screen
    this is declare in Feildcat Level only.
    ex : EDIT = 'X'.
    3.Hotspot is used for Single click at Basic list.
    it shows Hand symbol ,it is also Declared in Fieldcat leavel
    Hotspot = 'X'.
  • 15 Mar 2012 9:06 am
    Hi,

    1.Double_click is used for Interactive reports.
    Eg: FORM_USER_COMMAND USING UCOMM TYPE SY-UCOMM
    SELFIELD TYPE SLIS_SELFIELD.

    In this stmt UCOM stores FCT code where u Double click on field.

    2.EDIT - It is used to Edit the Perticular field in The grid.
    3. Hotspot = 'x' means it will show Hand Symbol when u put cursor on that Field.
  • 26 Jul 2017 12:21 pm

    EDIT it is used to edit data at output screen.

    it is declare the fieldcat leavel.

    ex : wa_fcat-edit = 'x'.

     

    Hotspot is used to single click at basis list.

    it is declare the fieldcat leavel.

    ex : wa_fcat-hotspot = 'x'.

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