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Table maintanence dialog

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i have to maintain a table dialog for a custom table. I should restrict the display/changes based on the material number . how can i make my maintanence two step so that the user can enter the material no. in the first screen and restrict display/change in the second screen based on material number.

any examples or help will be rewarded.

Thanks,

venu.

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The first screen in "Change Table Maintenace Dialogue" Gives you the opportunity to specify one or two step for the maintenance type.

Are you familiar with events in the table maintenance dialogues?

Possible events that might suit your purpose:

01 Before saving the data in the database

05 Creating a new entry

18 After checking whether the data has changed

24 After restricting an entry (time-dep. tab./views)

Rob

Message was edited by: Rob Burbank

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Former Member
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The first screen in "Change Table Maintenace Dialogue" Gives you the opportunity to specify one or two step for the maintenance type.

Are you familiar with events in the table maintenance dialogues?

Possible events that might suit your purpose:

01 Before saving the data in the database

05 Creating a new entry

18 After checking whether the data has changed

24 After restricting an entry (time-dep. tab./views)

Rob

Message was edited by: Rob Burbank

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Refer the following thread

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/people/sudheer.cheedella/blog/2006/02/20/extracting-data-in-table-maintenance

Hope this’ll give you idea!!

<b>Pl... award the points.</b>

Good luck

Thanks

Saquib Khan

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