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DYNP_VALUES_UPDATE, uppercase problems

Former Member
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Hello,

On a screen, i'm using the function DYNP_VALUES_UPDATE, to update a field with an other field. It's works but this function put my field in UPPER CASE.

[Screen of my problem|http://img407.imageshack.us/img407/4043/sap.jpg]

The DYNP_VALUES_UPDATE is call on a process on value-request for the first field.

PROCESS ON VALUE-REQUEST.

FIELD zstress MODULE f4_stress.

Someone have an idea ?

Best Regards,

Nicolas

Edited by: Nicolas Couret on Apr 30, 2009 12:35 PM

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Former Member
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Hello,

you could check which domain is behind your dynpro-field that's in upper case.

in the domain you have a field 'lower case' (X). the standard is only upper case.

Normally domains (and refering data-elements ) beginning with TEXT... have this activation of lower case.

Regards Wolfgang

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Former Member
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Hello,

you could check which domain is behind your dynpro-field that's in upper case.

in the domain you have a field 'lower case' (X). the standard is only upper case.

Normally domains (and refering data-elements ) beginning with TEXT... have this activation of lower case.

Regards Wolfgang

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I have found, in the layout of the screen I haven't seen the check box Upper/Lower case

[link|http://img142.imageshack.us/img142/4043/sap.jpg]

Thanks !

Edited by: Nicolas Couret on Apr 30, 2009 1:04 PM

Edited by: Nicolas Couret on Apr 30, 2009 1:05 PM

Former Member
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Hi,

Select type of field as String. It will not change the case.

Or

go to the SE11 and see domain of the data element for which you have created your field.

go to tab definition and check lower case.

Regards,

Manish