Basics of Screen Painter
You were introduced to the very basics of screen programming in Chapter 12 entitled ‘ALV (ABAP List Viewer Outputs – Part 1’). Screen programming is for input of data. Inputs could involve multiple screens and complex screen elements (custom controls, tab strip controls, table controls and so on are complex screen elements. This chapter will recapitulate coverage of screen programming we covered earlier and add to it.
The core of screen programming is the screen painter. (Transaction code SE51). Screens are attached to programs and are identified by four-digit numbers. Screens consist of: ...