OOPS ALV Reports in ABAP. Create an ALV report using CL_GUI_ALV_GRID · Prakash – 01/18/ Display Setting in ALV using CL_SALV_TABLE. The ALV is developed using OOPS and various styles are given for * *& each * Apppending the data to the internal table of ALV output LOOP AT it_table INTO. SAP ALV tool is used to make interactive OOPs concept,ABAP List Viewer enhance the readability and functionality of any ABAP report output.

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Thank a ton once again! Hello Dev, If I got you correctly, you want to make the left pane tree hierarchy to be extended to 3 or 4 level which in this example is expanded to 2 levels.

Copy or refer the embedded code but do change the design. As we were going along with our development we found some well-discussed topics over the internet which I have tried usiing fine tune and address through this article. Log into your account. Just to get a hang of it. Module for event registration. Press the Layout button in the tool bar to open the a,v designer. Although the design of the below-explained prototype can be enhanced in multiple folds, basic skeleton for programming should remain the same.

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Handling Events in OOPS ALV

The Screen Painter will appear and you have to draw a Custom Container in the screen. You are welcome Praveen. These sales orders can pops selected by giving certain selection screen criteria. Pass the width as required.

Similar action should be done on right hand side with toolbar buttons. For one client requirement, we had to build a report with splitter containers along with tree structure. Selection Screen Step — VI: Tree structures can also be done in many other ways.


Declare all required structures and tables Step —II: Make sure you have created both the modules into the main program we created at the beginning. If I have a 3 or 4 level hierarchy, Can this example fulfill my requirement. Hope this destroys our inhibition of using Splitter Containers and Tree Models on the usiny call and meet the second oopa of this tutorial.

Below those events there are commented lines, which you have to uncomment now.

The combination of these two might sound difficult but actually, these are quite easy to handle. Now the screen is ready, but you have to specify what code should be executed during the PBO and PAI events of the screen. Before creating a screen, you need a program to be created so that a screen oopa to the program can be created later. Now you have to create a Status for our screen, so that you are able to press the back button and come out of the output screen.


In fact, I am trying to reuse his code and practice it in our sandbox system.

Plenty of documents is available over the internet. Do we need to create two containers? Definition of event class Step — IV: In no time, we built a prototype and it worked perfectly.

Go to SE51 and create a screen with screen number Menu Close Home Subscribe. In the example you have created only one. In PBO of output Screen.

Module for output processing. Now we are going to create a screen.

ABAP 7 Steps to create OOPS ALV for beginners – Code Gallery – SCN Wiki

The data of VBAK was used ools create the first level nodes. The left panel container has been designed to hold the tree model and the right container is to display the details of the left panel document upon an event of double clicking. Create one module in the flow logic of the screen. Even I have not used it. Personally I prefer macros to do this kind of repeated work, so that its easy to code and the code looks very neat and understandable.

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