Posted on 2005-05-02
Last Modified: 2013-12-08
  I am using the REUSE_ALV_LIST_DISPLAY FM to display my output. I would like to insert a check box before the list/output. I have tried the following way but it is giving me a runtime error.


            I_STRUCTURE_NAME   = 'SFLIGHT'
            IS_LAYOUT          = Y_LAYOUT
            IT_FIELDCAT     = gt_fieldcat
            I_TABNAME       = 'SFLIGHT'
            T_OUTTAB           = it_flight.

Can anybody help me out.


Kind regards,
Question by:saidreddy
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    So  you trying to get a check box as the left column so that you can select lines ?

    As this is not a hierarchical report with more than one table then you don't actually need the Y_LAYOUT-BOX_TABNAME.

    However the field BOX does have to be in the datatable that you are using - SFLIGHT rather than in a seperate table YDATA.

    so you will need to extend your strucure SFLIGHT to include another field BOX.


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