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splitter control

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can anyone help me with a good splitter control example .. can I incorporate a normal fields and push buttons in one part of splitter control and in the other any type of a control

Thanks

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RichHeilman
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Have a look at transaction DWDM. There you will find examples. As for your question, you can put pushbuttons(as a toolbar) inside a container on one side of the splitter, but not a traditional input field. Meaning, you can't simply drag and drop an input field into the container in screen painter like you can when adding an input field to the screen. For example, in SE80, the left part of the screen is a docking container, which contains splitter controls, having pushbuttons, a tree control, and the middle part which contains the drop down box, and the input field, is actually an HTML control which was designed to look just like a dynpro. The HTML is stored in the system somewhere.

If you look at the "Event Processing" example under the HTML control in the DWDM transaction, you will see how they are putting input fields via HTML.

So yes, it is possible, but you have to use an HTML control in order to put input fields.

Regards,

Rich Heilman

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check http://software.feedfury.com/content/22514947-sap_abap_code_for_dialog_box_and_spiltter_containers.h...

Hope this helps.

There is lot of information available on the web. Please make sure you search before you seek for help.

thanks

rik

RichHeilman
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Have a look at transaction DWDM. There you will find examples. As for your question, you can put pushbuttons(as a toolbar) inside a container on one side of the splitter, but not a traditional input field. Meaning, you can't simply drag and drop an input field into the container in screen painter like you can when adding an input field to the screen. For example, in SE80, the left part of the screen is a docking container, which contains splitter controls, having pushbuttons, a tree control, and the middle part which contains the drop down box, and the input field, is actually an HTML control which was designed to look just like a dynpro. The HTML is stored in the system somewhere.

If you look at the "Event Processing" example under the HTML control in the DWDM transaction, you will see how they are putting input fields via HTML.

So yes, it is possible, but you have to use an HTML control in order to put input fields.

Regards,

Rich Heilman