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Dynpro with two ALV Grids: raising data_changed

Former Member
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Hi,

I have two ALV Grids on the same screen. After the user enters the changes on the first Grid, if the user doesn´t press Enter button before going to the second Grid, the last change on the first Grid is ignored.

I would like to commit these changes without the need of pressing Enter or moving the cursor to another field on the same grid.

I could use CHECK_CHANGED_DATA to raise the event data_change but I don´t know how to figure out I´m leaving one Grid and focusing on another Grid.

thanks,

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former_member761936
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Hi,

Get_Changed event will not trigger , with out any user action.

You need to do any user action before moving to another grid.If Possible try to Capature movent of Cursor(OR) Have a button to move cursor from one grid to Another

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former_member761936
Active Participant
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Hi,

Get_Changed event will not trigger , with out any user action.

You need to do any user action before moving to another grid.If Possible try to Capature movent of Cursor(OR) Have a button to move cursor from one grid to Another