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how to go to next page on condition

Former Member
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hi experts,

i have two pages and in page one i have to chack a condition .

if it is true it has to print the first page else it has to go to next page .how to achieve it ???

ragrds,

mani

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Former Member
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write the code in the script text element

/: if &cond& eq 'X'.

/: new-page.

/:endif.

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what is this new-page????

my page name is

first and next ..

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Hi manikandan,

New-page is an abap command which is used at sapscript side.

You just write;

/: New-page

if the condition is true...

Thanks.

Reward if helpful.

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Hi Manikandan,

SAPscript automatically inserts a page break when the main window of a page (MAIN) is full. You can use the NEW-PAGE command to force a page break in the text at any point you want one. The text following this command will appear on a new page. The page break will always be performed (it is an unconditional page break).

The NEW-PAGE command completes the current page.

This means that all the windows that are still on the page will be output immediately. If you use the NEW-PAGE command without parameters then the page defined in the layout set for the current page as the next page will be taken next. If, however, your layout set contains a number of different pages then you can specify any one of these as the next page to be used.

Check this code.

/: IF <CONDITION IS TRUE>

    • Continue on FIRST page*

/: ELSE

/: NEW-PAGE NEXT ->This will trigger NEXT as next page

/: ENDIF

Thanks,

Vinay

Edited by: Vinaykumar G on Dec 27, 2007 6:53 PM

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hi vinay,

i am in another window not main window.for a particular condition alone it is not going to main window.it is going to anothet window.now i want to put the control to main window back from the second window.

what shall i do???

-


main

statements

-


-


second window

(here i have to write a code to put the control back to main window)

something like this.

if <condition>

goto main window

endif

is that possible????

regards,

mani

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you can specify new page command in script...

but not the window name...

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ya i tried that also

if <condition>

new-page next

endif

but the control is not going to that next page .it continues in the same page

mani

Pawan_Kesari
Active Contributor
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/: IF <condition>

/: &NEXTPAGE& = 'FIRST'

/: ELSE

/: &NEXTPAGE& = 'NEXT'

/: ENDIF

/: NEW-PAGE