SCROLL LIST [horizontal]
This statement scrolls the display area of a list stored in the list buffer to the position specified
vertical. At least
one of these additions must be specified, in which all horizontal specifications refer to the columns of a displayed list. The corresponding section is displayed when the list is next displayed.
Without using the
SCROLL statement, a list is displayed during its initial
display starting from the first column of the first row. If the user navigates from a details list back
to a lower list level, the list is displayed with the section in which it was last displayed. The
SCROLL statement sets a new first column, a new first row, or both. Each
SCROLL statement sets only the size specified in it, without changing the other positions.
... INDEX idx
The list level can be specified with the addition
INDEX, where a data object
(which includes the list index) of type
i is expected for
The value of
idx must be greater than or equal to 0. If the addition
INDEX is not specified, the list level 0 (the basic list itself) is selected during the creation of the basic list, and the list level at which the event was triggered
sy-listi) is selected during the processing of a list event. If the list level specified in
idx is not available,
sy-subrc is set to the value 8.
|0||Screen section was successfully scrolled.|
|4||Complete scrolling not possible because the list margin was reached.|
|8||Scrolling not possible because the specified list level does not exist.|
While scrolling through the list just created (
sy-lsind), note that a
SCROLL statement has no effect prior to the first output statement, since the list does not yet exist in the list buffer.
By double-clicking the basic list, you can scroll down this list in the
AT LINE-SELECTION event block to the page entered in a
selection screen. The lines on the page retain their original position with reference to the
page header by using
sy-staro. However, you do not need to explicitly set the column to
sy-staco, since this position is retained during vertical scrolling.
REPORT LINE-COUNT 100 LINE-SIZE 100 NO STANDARD PAGE HEADING. SELECTION-SCREEN BEGIN OF SCREEN 500 AS WINDOW. PARAMETERS page TYPE i. SELECTION-SCREEN END OF SCREEN 500. START-OF-SELECTION. DO 10000 TIMES. WRITE sy-index. ENDDO. TOP-OF-PAGE. ULINE. WRITE sy-pagno. ULINE. AT LINE-SELECTION. CALL SELECTION-SCREEN 500 STARTING AT 10 10. SCROLL LIST TO COLUMN sy-staco TO PAGE page LINE sy-staro.