Some R/3 screens contain data in tabular form, the so-called "table controls":

With GuiXT you can customize the layout of these tables; you can also read cell values, set cell values, or select rows.

Notation: If the table has a title title, e.g. "All items", then the name of the table is [title] or T[title], e.g. [All items] or T[All items]
For tables without a title the name is
[Table] or T[Table]. If there exist two or more tables without titles, then the first table is addressed with [Table] or T[Table] and the following table gets a sequence number as suffix, starting with 2: [Table.2] or T[Table.2], ...

Please observe that the box around a table might have a title of its own which is different from the table title. Often the table within the box has no title, as shown in the following picture:

GuiXT uses the names [Table] and [Table.2] in this case as well (table without title). If the table title and the box title are not easy to distinguish, please click on "View->Screen elements" in GuiXT to see the correct table names.

(see the keyword documentation for further details):

  • pos shifts the whole table to a new position. Example:
    pos [All items] (10,24)
  • del deletes the whole table. Example:
    del [All items]
  • NoInput cancels the possibility for input for all table cells Example:
    NoInput [All items]
  • ColumnHeader changes a column header. Example:
    ColumnHeader [All items,Plnt] "Plant"
  • ColumnWidth changes the column width. Example:
    ColumnWidth [All items,Description] 36
  • ColumnOrder changes the column order. Example:
    ColumnOrder [All items,Plnt] 6
    ColumnOrder [All items,First date] 7
  • &cell[...] is a variable that is replaced with the current cell value. Mainly used in order to save values from a screen while processing an InputScript. Example:
    Set V[product1] "&cell[All items,Material,1]"
    Set V[product2] "&cell[All items,Material,2]"

    &cell[tablename,column name,row]
    The column name can also be a digit 1,2,3.. which refers to the original column number.
    The row number starts with 1.

  • Set cell[...] sets a value into a cell. Mainly used in InputScripts for automated screen processing. Example:
    Set cell[All items,Material,1] "&[product1]"
    Set cell[All items,Material,2] "&[product2]"

    Set cell[tablename,column name,row] "value"
    The column name can also be a digit 1,2,3.. which refers to the original column number. The row starts with 1.
  • Row selection: : Set cell[tablename,0,row] "value" Selects a row (value "X") or unselects a row (value " "). Example:
    Set cell[All items,0,1] "X"
  • Column selection: : Set cell[tablename,column name,0] "value" Selects a column (value "X") or unselects a column (value " "). Example:
    Set cell[All items,Material,0] "X"