Using Values Greater than 255 for the LINE-SIZE of a List
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If you use a column with greater than 255 as the LINE-SIZE in the REPORT or NEW-PAGE statement, the following notes apply:
- Type definitions: The type group SLIST defines the valid maximum value for the list width (SLIST_MAX_LINESIZE), and contains a type for list lines with maximum type (SLIST_MAX_LISTLINE).
- Printing: You cannot print the list using standard printing functions. To print it, you must create a special print routine that arranges the data in shorter lines (for example, using the ... PRINT ON addition in the NEW-PAGE) statement.
- Accessing the entire contents of a line: To read or modify the entire contents of a wide line, you can use the ... LINE VALUE addition in the READ LINE or MODIFY LINE statements. This is an alternative to using SY-LISEL that is independent of the attributes of the system field (since the length of SY-LISEL is 255 characters).
- Horizontal lines: With extra-wide lists, the "ULINE." statement corresponds to "WRITE / SY-ULINE.". So, for example, "ULINE AT 5(300)." corresponds to "WRITE AT 5(300) SY-ULINE.".
- Output length: You can use the length specification in WRITE (or ULINE) to extend the output length of an extra-wide list up to the value of LINE-SIZE. If you want to output a whole field that is longer than 255 characters, you must use this, even if the field itself is defined as longer than 255 characters.
NEW-PAGE LINE-SIZE 1000.
DATA: F1(500) VALUE 'F1'.
WRITE: / F1 COLOR COL_NORMAL. " Output with length 255
WRITE: /(500) F1 COLOR COL_NORMAL. " Output with length 500
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