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Validation for Select-Option - Issue

former_member305388
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Hi Experts!!

I have a select-option s_field on which I have written a validation under AT SELECTION-SCREEN. Now, the problem is that, if validation fails in second line of s_field, then to change it when we click on Extension, it's not allowing to enter but is throwing error message again and again as AT SELECTION-SCREEN is called.

Suppose, I have entered 2 single values as C001 and F001. s_field will have 2 entries. Now, C001 is a valid value but F001 is not. PFB my code:



LOOP AT s_field.

SELECT SINGLE *
  FROM ztable INTO ls_field
  WHERE field EQ s_field-low.

IF sy-subrc NE 0.
 " Error Message
ENDIF.

ENDLOOP.

Now, for C001, sy-subrc will be 0. But for F001 sy-subrc is 4 and hence will throw an error. Now, to correct this, I am trying to enter into extension, but as this will be called again, I am unable to. Hope I explained it clearly.

I do not see any possibility to correct this. Can anybody please suggest if any workaround can be implemented?

Your help is highly appreciable.

1 ACCEPTED SOLUTION

Former Member
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Hi

For validating the Selection Screen Elements try as follow:

At Selection Screen on Input_Field_name ( ie here give your field name for eg: At selection screen on s_field ).

under this write your condition.

At selection screen on s_field

SELECT SINGLE *

FROM ztable INTO ls_field

WHERE field EQ s_field-low.

IF sy-subrc NE 0.

" Error Message

ENDIF.

Thanks,

Renuka.

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Former Member
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Hi

For validating the Selection Screen Elements try as follow:

At Selection Screen on Input_Field_name ( ie here give your field name for eg: At selection screen on s_field ).

under this write your condition.

At selection screen on s_field

SELECT SINGLE *

FROM ztable INTO ls_field

WHERE field EQ s_field-low.

IF sy-subrc NE 0.

" Error Message

ENDIF.

Thanks,

Renuka.

Former Member
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Hi,

You can try the following:

AT SELECTION-SCREEN on s_field.

LOOP AT s_field.

SELECT SINGLE *

FROM ztable INTO ls_field

WHERE field EQ s_field-low.

IF sy-subrc NE 0.

MESSAGE s398(00) DISPLAY LIKE 'E' with 'ERROR MESSAGE'.

ENDIF.

ENDLOOP.

I hope this works as per your requirement.

<<point-begging removed>>

Edited by: micky prasad on Jan 6, 2012 1:00 PM

Edited by: kishan P on Jan 9, 2012 1:40 PM