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How to create variant for Dialogue Programs.

Former Member
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Hi Guys,

I am fed up of entering values in the Selection screen of Dialogue program.

I don't know how to save a screen variant as we do in Report Programs.

Is there any easy ways to implement Variants in Dialogue Programs.

Thanks,

Gokul

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Former Member
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Hi,

Try to use the transaction SHD0

Transaction Variants and Screen Variants

Transaction variants can simplify transaction runs as they allow you to:

Preassign values to fields

Hide and change the 'ready for input' status of fields

Hide and change table control column attributes

Hide menu functions

Hide entire screens

In particular, hiding fields in connection with screen compression, and hiding screens, can result in greater clarity and simplicity.

Transaction variants are made up of a sequence of screen variants. The field values and field attributes for the individual screens found in transaction variants are stored in screen variants. Each of these variants is assigned to a specific transaction, can, however, also contain values for screens in other transactions if this is required by transaction flow. The transaction that the variant is assigned to serves as initial transaction when the variant is called.

There are both client-specific and cross-client transaction variants. All screen variants are cross-client, but may be assigned to a client-specific transaction variant.

A namespace exists for cross-client transaction variants and screen variants and both are automatically attached to the Transport Organizer. Client-specific transaction variants must be transported manually.

In principle, transaction and screen variants can be created for all dialog and reporting transactions. There are, however, certain Restrictions that apply to certain transactions, depending on their internal structure.

No transaction variants are possible with transactions already containing preset parameters (parameter transactions and variant transactions).

Regards,

Krishnakumar

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Former Member
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Hi,

Try to use the transaction SHD0

Transaction Variants and Screen Variants

Transaction variants can simplify transaction runs as they allow you to:

Preassign values to fields

Hide and change the 'ready for input' status of fields

Hide and change table control column attributes

Hide menu functions

Hide entire screens

In particular, hiding fields in connection with screen compression, and hiding screens, can result in greater clarity and simplicity.

Transaction variants are made up of a sequence of screen variants. The field values and field attributes for the individual screens found in transaction variants are stored in screen variants. Each of these variants is assigned to a specific transaction, can, however, also contain values for screens in other transactions if this is required by transaction flow. The transaction that the variant is assigned to serves as initial transaction when the variant is called.

There are both client-specific and cross-client transaction variants. All screen variants are cross-client, but may be assigned to a client-specific transaction variant.

A namespace exists for cross-client transaction variants and screen variants and both are automatically attached to the Transport Organizer. Client-specific transaction variants must be transported manually.

In principle, transaction and screen variants can be created for all dialog and reporting transactions. There are, however, certain Restrictions that apply to certain transactions, depending on their internal structure.

No transaction variants are possible with transactions already containing preset parameters (parameter transactions and variant transactions).

Regards,

Krishnakumar