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How to return to selection screen after error message

Former Member
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Hello everyone!

When the error message in the code below is raised, it shows the message then completely terminates the program.


  IF len_bankl NE 8 AND len_bankl NE 11.
    MESSAGE E001 WITH 'Error message'.
  ENDIF.

How can I show the message but will still return to the previous selection screen?

Thank you!

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Former Member
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Assuming this is a basic report, once you leave the screen I don't think you can return.

Either code your validation in the AT SELECTION SCREEN event or change the error message

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Former Member
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Change the error message to information message and

use the statement

LEAVE LIST-PROCESSING.

IF len_bankl NE 8 AND len_bankl NE 11.

MESSAGE <b>i</b>001 WITH 'Error message'.

<b>LEAVE LIST-PROCESSING.</b>

ENDIF.

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> Change the error message to information message and

> use the statement

> EAVE LIST-PROCESSING.

>

> F len_bankl NE 8 AND len_bankl NE 11.

> MESSAGE <b>i</b>001 WITH 'Error message'.

> <b>LEAVE LIST-PROCESSING.</b>

> ENDIF.

I think this the most useful answer.

This does go back to the selection screen.. But I think I need the flashing 'X' produced by the message type E...

Because if I use S, it will give a flashing check mark, if type I, it will open a dialog box..

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Hi Ricardo,

Instead of the MESSAGE statement, u can use the function modules to popup a message, check these fm's

popupdisplay

popupconfirm

popupmessage

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> Hi Ricardo,

> Instead of the MESSAGE statement, u can use the

> function modules to popup a message, check these

> fm's

>

> popupdisplay

> popupconfirm

> popupmessage

Hello again.

I tried some the functions and I think they are only dialog boxes.. Is there any functions for status bar messages only? Thanks!

Also, does the LEAVE LIST-PROCESSING command clear the selected data inside the internal tables (setting the internal tables to no data)?

Thanks a lot!

Former Member
222

Assuming this is a basic report, once you leave the screen I don't think you can return.

Either code your validation in the AT SELECTION SCREEN event or change the error message

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> Assuming this is a basic report, once you leave the

> screen I don't think you can return.

>

> Either code your validation in the AT SELECTION

> SCREEN event or change the error message

I just put the error message inside AT SELECTION SCREEN and it is ok.

Thanks!

Former Member
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Hi Ricardo,

Write the code like,

message 'Error Message' type ' w '.

Thanks.

Reward If Helpful.

former_member196299
Active Contributor
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hi ,

here is the addition :

IF len_bankl NE 8 AND len_bankl NE 11.

MESSAGE E001 WITH 'Error message'.

leave to list processing .

ENDIF.

Former Member
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Hi,

IF len_bankl NE 8 AND len_bankl NE 11.

MESSAGE E001 WITH 'Error message'.

<b>stop.</b>

ENDIF.

Then it will be on the Selection screen to correct the values.

Reward, if useful.

Regards,

U. Uma

sharadendu_agrawal
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U cannot come back to the selection screen after the error message(message type is type E) because it stops the further processing . For that u have to give the message either as the information message(type I) or the status message(type S).

Reward if useful

Cheers

Sharadendu

Former Member
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Use following code......

IF len_bankl NE 8 AND len_bankl NE 11.

MESSAGE E001 WITH 'Error message'.

leave to screnn 0.

ENDIF.

Former Member
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reward some points if useful.

Regards,

Padmakar

Former Member
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hi

raise the error in At Selection-screen event...it will stay in the selection screen and will enable the input again to accept correct values

if helpful, reward

Sathish. R

Former Member
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Hi RC ,

how can u check 2 conditions at a time ?

 IF len_bankl NE 8 <b>OR</b> len_bankl NE 11.
    MESSAGE E001 WITH 'Error message'.
  ENDIF.

.

When u raise error message , y it is terminating u? paste ur complete code over here ?

Regards

Peram

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> Hi RC ,

>

> how can u check 2 conditions at a time ?

>

>

 IF len_bankl NE 8 <b>OR</b> len_bankl NE 11.
>    MESSAGE E001 WITH 'Error message'.
> NDIF.

.

>

> When u raise error message , y it is terminating u?

> paste ur complete code over here ?

>

> Regards

> Peram

Hello.

Don't worry about the logical expression. It just looks confusing but it is correct. _

len_bankl should only be equal to 8 or 11, so the error will be raised if other values is in len_bankl.