SET PF-STATUS - Dynpro
SET PF-STATUS status [OF PROGRAM prog] [EXCLUDING fcode].
In dynpro processing, this statement defines the
GUI status defined in
status for the subsequent
screen layouts. The components
of the set status are active in the user interface from the next time a screen layout is sent, and remain
active until the end of the program or until the next
SET PF-STATUS statement. The name of the current GUI status can be read from the system field
status expects a character-like data object that contains either the name of the GUI status of the
main program of the current
program group, or the
program specified in uppercase (or only blanks) in
prog. If the status is
not available, an empty status is displayed, in which no control elements are active except for the
predefined system functions. Of these functions, only the Enter key, to which an empty function code is assigned in this case, triggers the event
PAI. If the data object
status contains only blanks, the
standard list status is set and the additions have no effect.
- The GUI status of a dynpro must be set at the latest during the event PBO. If no GUI status is set for a dynpro, the empty status described above is used.
If the set GUI status contains dynamic function texts, the function texts are read from the assigned
global data objects of the program in which the GUI status is defined. If these do not exist, question
marks (?) are displayed. For dynamic function texts, an explicitly specified program
progis loaded into the current program group if it does not already exist in the internal session. This enables access to its global data objects.
SET PF-STATUShas a variant for the GUI status of lists.
There is no guarantee that the statement
SET PF-STATUSwill work at PBO for the selection screen. This statement should no longer be used for selection screens.
If a switch is assigned to an element of the GUI status in Menu Painter, this controls the activation of this element.
... OF PROGRAM prog
By default, a GUI status defined in the current
main program is used. The addition
OF PROGRAM can be used to set the
GUI status of the program specified in
prog expects a character-like data object that contains the name of the ABAP program in uppercase.
... EXCLUDING fcode
EXCLUDING can be used to deactivate functions of the set GUI
status. An inactive function cannot be selected in the user interface.
fcode expects either a character-like data object or an internal table with a
flat character-like row type.
The functions whose function codes are contained in the field or in the rows of the internal table are
deactivated. Only one function code can be specified for each row of the table. The codes are not case-sensitive.
Function codes specified in
fcode for which there is no function in the GUI status are ignored.
Sets the GUI status STATUS_0100 of the main program in a PBO module, where the functions with the function codes "CHANGE" and "SAVE" are deactivated.
DATA fcode TYPE TABLE OF sy-ucomm. ... MODULE status_0100 OUTPUT. APPEND 'CHANGE' TO fcode. APPEND 'SAVE' TO fcode. SET PF-STATUS 'STATUS_0100' EXCLUDING fcode. ENDMODULE.