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Dynamic table in interactive form & WD ABAP

Former Member
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Hi,

I have created a adobe interactive form adding the rows dynamically when pressing add button. The form works fine in Life cycle designer preview. But it doesnot work in Webdynpro ABAP runtime.

Please let me know if any of you have a solution for the same.

Regards,

Vimal

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thomas_jung
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What exactly isn't working? Have you done interactive forms before? Do standard SAP samples work? Did you set the enabled attribute on the InteractiveForm UI element? Is this a ZCI or ACF based form? If ZCI did you at the JavaScript header?

Former Member
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Hi Thomas,

The interactive form was developed by our interactive form development team, it was working fine when executing it in the preview.The new row is added when i click add row button.

The Interactive form is ACF form.

But My part is to add this interactive form in WD ABAP.I have Interactive form UI element and assigned the interactive form to template source also i checked the enabled property and added the corresponding code in the WDMODIFYVIEW.

when i execute the application i can see the interactive form, but when i click the add row button, the table row is not added.

Plz let me know the solution.

Thanks.

Regards,

Vimal

abhimanyu_lagishetti7
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change the displayType property of the interactive form and try

I had this problem long back, submit button was not working when changed this property it started working

i hope it is helpful

Abhi

thomas_jung
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> change the displayType property of the interactive form and try

> I had this problem long back, submit button was not working when changed this property it started working

>

> i hope it is helpful

>

> Abhi

Actually be careful. Just changing the displayType probably isn't enough. If you change from ActiveX to Native, you also must adjust the form itself - converting the form type and adding the JavaScript Header. And also Native (or ZCI) based forms are only available after SP12. If your system patch level is older than that release you might still have problems.

The ACF based forms do require an ActiveX control that gets pushed to the frontend. So this limits their browser support and also requires a version of the ACF control that matches your server. So sometimes you get an ACF version mismatch if you work with multiple servers on different release levels. ActiveX controls can also be blocked in IE depending upon the security settings that your company imposes.

So first of all - do the SAP example ACF form applications work for you? If they work, but this form doesn't then the problem may still be in the form itself.

Two - are you at a release level where you can use Native forms instead? If so you might consider going back to your Forms team and have them conver the form for you and use the Native display type. This will reduce the complixity of having to rely on an ActiveX control. Finally if you are stuck with ACF then you need to start troubleshooting your security browser settings and/or the version of the ACF control that is installed on your desktop.