ABAP List Viewer Outputs—Part 1

In all of the preceding eight chapters (Chapter 4 to Chapter 11), you produced output by using the WRITE statement. You have learned about the features of the WRITE statement, including interactive lists. But the output generated by the WRITE statement is static. The end user cannot manipulate that output any further.

In contrast, the output generated by the ABAP List Viewer (ALV) can be manipulated by end users. The ALV-generated output, called an ALV report (or sometimes called an ALV grid report), is class based. In this chapter and the next, you will use two ALV report classes: CL_GUI_ALV_GRID and ...

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