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SAP ABAP Interview Q&A - ALV REPORTS Part 1
Each dialog in an SAP system is controlled by dynpros. A dynpro DYnamic PROgram consists of a screen and its flow logic and controls exactly one dialog step. In addition, the Menu Painter allows to store menus, icons, pushbuttons, and function keys in one or more GUI statuses. Such a dialog program is also called a module pool, since it consists of interactive modules. The flow logic of a dynpro contains calls of modules from the corresponding module pool. Interactive modules called at the PBO event are used to prepare the screen template in accordance to the context, for example by setting field contents or by suppressing fields from the display that are not needed. Interactive modules called at the PAI event are used to check the user input and to trigger appropriate dialog steps, such as the update task.
They cannot be executed independently and must be attached to at least one transaction code in which you specify an initial screen. Difference between Report and Dialog Programs Report Program: A report is a program that typically reads and analyzes data in database tables without changing the database. Dialog Program: A dialog program allows you to work interactively with the system and to change the contents of the database tables. Each dialog program has a certain sequence of screens that are processed by the system one after the other. A Sample transaction processing in Dialog Programming Components of Dialog Program Unlike report which generally entails the creation of one autonomous program which can be executed independently of other objects, dialog program development entails development of multiple objects none of which can be executed on it's own. Instead all objects are linked hierarchically to the main program and and are executed in a sequence dictated by the Dialog Main Program.
Select Topics. May 12, For that purpose , i am sharing my interview experiences in which i faced the most of the times on these topics that are at exit command ,events difference between set screen and call screen difference between call screen and set screen in module pool,chain end chain in module pool. What is the Screen flow Logic? The screen flow logic is like an ABAP program in that it serves as a container for processing blocks.