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Dynamic fields using the screen painter.

Former Member
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Hello,

I need to dynamicly build a screen.

The problem:

I have a table with X fields in it.Each field is to be represented by a checkbox.

Today there might be 5 check boxes, and tomorrow there might be 6.

How can i do this without knowing the number before runtime?

Best Regards

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Former Member
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Hello,

Do you know the maximum number of checbox you can have?

If yes, you can define the max number and hide some in the PBO using LOOP AT SCREEN.

Regards,

Walter

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Former Member
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Hello,

Do you know the maximum number of checbox you can have?

If yes, you can define the max number and hide some in the PBO using LOOP AT SCREEN.

Regards,

Walter

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Thank you for your answer.

I was thinking something of the same, but desided that this was the easy way around. Was hoping that there was a nicer (Code wise) way to do this.

But no i do not know the maximum number of boxes.

Best Regards

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Or may be you can use an ALV and generate the number of row you need and display the cells like check box....