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This post is part of a series on code snippets. The complete list of posts in the series is available in the document Code Snippets: A Blog Series. It’s possible to open a search help

This post is part of a series on code snippets. The complete list of posts in the series is available in the document Code Snippets: A Blog Series. Calling method CL_WD_DYNAMIC_TOOL=>CHECK_MANDATORY_ATTR_ON_VIEW during WDDOBEFOREACTION is a convenient

Overview A frequent request from our business users is to simplify selection screen input on often-used reports with a feature similar to the selection screen variants available to SAPgui users. Though Web Dynpro doesn’t offer

The series Web Dynpro Selection Screen Variants continues with creation of the dictionary objects needed by our Web Dynpro Component. Part 1: Dictionary Objects Database Tables ZWDVARI Create new transparent table ZWDVARI to store the

The series Web Dynpro Selection Screen Variants continues from Part 1 with creation of the assistance class. Part 2: Assistance Class Create new ABAP class ZCL_WD_SELECT_OPTIONS_VARIANTS with the following attributes and inheritance. Attributes Create public

The series Web Dynpro Selection Screen Variants continues from Part 2 with creation of the Web Dynpro Component and its component controller. Part 3: Component and Controller Create new Web Dynpro component ZWDR_SELECT_OPTIONS_VARI with assistance

The series Web Dynpro Selection Screen Variants continues from Part 3 with creation of the views and windows. Part 4: Views and Windows Views In Web Dynpro component ZWDR_SELECT_OPTIONS_VARI, create one view for selection of

The series Web Dynpro Selection Screen Variants concludes with a demonstration of using component ZWDR_SELECT_OPTIONS_VARI within a Web Dynpro report selection-screen. Part 5: Variants in Action Open an existing Web Dynpro which implements a selection

This post is part of a series on code snippets. The complete list of posts in the series is available in the document Code Snippets: A Blog Series. The ability to query case-sensitive data in

This post is part of a series on code snippets. The complete list of posts in the series is available in the document Code Snippets: A Blog Series. Knowing the name of a Web Dynpro