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Module Pool-Table Control with wizard

Former Member
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Hi SDN,

Will i be able to make my table control as INVISIBLE in my screen PBO event?

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Former Member
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Hi,

Yes,

You can make INVISIBLE using the Properties of Table control.

Regards,

Anji

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Former Member
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Hi Niranjan,

Please check the link,

Regards,

Hema.

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Former Member
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Hi,

Yes,

You can make INVISIBLE using the Properties of Table control.

Regards,

Anji

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HI,

I have a screen (200) with 2 fields,2 checkbox and 2 subscreen.

F1

F2

C1

C2

SUBscreen-area 1

SUbscreen-area 2

Then i have two other sub-screen 201 and 202 with Table Controls.I am calling these subscreen from the screen 200.now both the table control are visible at the first sight itself.

I want first subscreen(201) to be called when c1 is clicked and second subscreen(202) when c2 is clicked.How to proceed for this condition.

Former Member
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We have attributes for Table controle defined in the screen.

INVISIBLE is one of them.

Assume table contrtole in the screen is 'TAB_CNTRL'.

Give TAB_CNTRL-INVISIBLE = 'X'. in one of the PBO events. It will definitely work.

And for your requirement.. you can write logic on which subscreen is called.. and make the appropriate table controles invisible...

Reward all the helpful answers..

Thanks,

Sankar.

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Sankar.

Sankar