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Explain pls. FILED & MODULE in Module Pool

HI Experts,

Pls. clarify one simple doubt in <i><b>Module Pool</b></i>,

Wht is the functionality of,

1) CHAIN & ENDCHAIN

2) FILED & MODULE

thanq.

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Hi,

To ensure that one or more PAI modules are only called when several screen fields meet a particular condition, you must combine the calls in the flow logic to form a processing chain. You define processing chains as follows:

CHAIN.

...

ENDCHAIN.

All flow logic statements between CHAIN and ENDCHAIN belong to a processing chain. The fields in the various FIELD statements are combined, and can be used in shared conditions.

CHAIN.

FIELD: <f1>, <f 2>,...

MODULE <mod1> ON CHAIN-INPUT|CHAIN-REQUEST.

FIELD: <g1>, <g 2>,...

MODULE <mod2> ON CHAIN-INPUT|CHAIN-REQUEST.

...

ENDCHAIN.

chain-Endchain

When this command is used, all of the fields on the screen that belong to the processing chain (all of the fields listed in the field statements) are made ready for input again. Other fields are not ready for input. Whenever the MODULE statement appears within a processing chain, even if there is only one FIELD attached to it, all of the fields in the chain (not only the affected field) are made ready for input again, allowing the user to enter new values. If the fields in the processing chain are only checked once, the PAI processing continues directly after the FIELD statement, and the preceding modules are not called again.

CHAIN.

FIELD: <f1>, <f 2>,...

MODULE <mod1> ON CHAIN-INPUT|CHAIN-REQUEST.

FIELD: <g1>, <g 2>,...

MODULE <mod2> ON CHAIN-INPUT|CHAIN-REQUEST.

...

ENDCHAIN.

Check this out

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_nw04/helpdata/en/9f/dbabbd35c111d1829f0000e829fbfe/content.htm

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/d1/801ca2454211d189710000e8322d00/frameset.htm

check the demo example

DEMO_DYNPRO_FIELD_CHAIN

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