when user enter select option input..

I want SELECT-OPTIONS-HIGH is by default '999' number.

user not able to change SELECT-OPTIONS-HIGH value.

how I do this?

Thanks in advance.

asked 10 Feb '13, 23:25

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edited 10 Feb '13, 23:39


Use AT SELECTION-SCREEN OUTPUT or INITIALIZATION event to set SELECT-OPTIONS-HIGH by default (manualy add proper line). Then use

loop at screen. if screen-name = 'P_FIELDNAME'. screen-input = 0. modify screen. endif. endloop.

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answered 11 Feb '13, 02:24

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edited 11 Feb '13, 16:36

its working but user can change that number when run. I want user cant change this number. Number is Fix. Is there property like disable to set?

(11 Feb '13, 03:43) sandy

LOOP AT SCREEN part will do the job.

(11 Feb '13, 05:20) Pawel Hixohe...

yes you are right.I just added one word and now user not able change P_FIELDNAME-HIGH input field .

loop at screen.
  if screen-name = 'P_FIELDNAME-HIGH'.
   screen-input = 0.
   modify screen.
endif.
endloop.

Thanks for help.

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answered 13 Feb '13, 01:06

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edited 13 Feb '13, 01:08

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