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Configuration de l'ordre de tabulation

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Normalement, sur un écran, vous pouvez accéder au champ suivant à l'aide du bouton tabulation. SAP GUI pour Windows permet aux utilisateurs de définir une séquence de champs à utiliser avec le bouton tabulation.

Définir les points d'entrée et de sortie pour l'ordre de tabulation

Vous pouvez définir n'importe quel champ dans une séquence de champs comme point d'entrée pour l'ordre de tabulation. Positionnez le curseur dans le champ choisi et ouvrez le menu contextuel du champ en appuyant sur la touche CTRL. Dans ce menu contextuel désormais amélioré, choisissez Point d'entrée.

Dans vous définissez un champ au cours de la séquence de champs suivante comme Point de sortie . Pour configurer votre ordre de tabulation local, appuyez sur la touche CTRL et ouvrez le menu contextuel du champ choisi, puis choisissez Configurer l'ordre de tabulation local . Si vous n'avez encore défini aucune configuration, le tableau de cette boîte de dialogue est vide. Mais si vous avez déjà défini des points d'entrée et de sortie, ils sont répertoriés dans le tableau. Dans l'exemple ci-dessous, le champ E-Mail a été défini comme point de sortie pour l'ordre de tabulation:

Entry and exit points can be set independently of each other. Using the menu entry Visualize Local Tab Order you can display the tab order of a screen graphically. Provided no configurations have been defined, the cursor automatically jumps to field at the top left. The example below shows the original tab order of the dialog with no local configuration. (Since the tab order in the example dialog is embedded in a larger screen it does not start with ordinal number 1):

If local entry and exits point have been configured locally, the visualization of the tab order changes accordingly.

In this example the cursor jumps to the first field of this dialog - Postal Code/City. The tab order ends with the E-Mail field. With the next tab step, the cursor jumps to the next dialog. In the entry and exit point definitions you can shorten the tab order within a screen, but this will not change the order of the fields the cursor jumps to.

Define Exit and Target Elements of Any Tab Order

With these functions you can define any order of elements. Position the cursor in the element with which you want to start a element order. and open the enhanced context menu while pressing the CTRL key. Choose the Exit Element entry. Position the cursor in the next field you want. From the enhanced context menu of this field choose Local TAB Order: The visualization below shows the result applicable if the E-Mail field was defined as the From Element, and the House Number as the To Element:

In the configuration dialog this tab order looks like:

With pushbutton Delete Tab Chain Shortcut you can delete shortcuts that were created in the table.

If you have already specified a From Element for your tab order, the enhanced context menu for the screen in question only provides the option to specify a To Element. The tab order from From Element and To Element is visible in the configuration table only after you have added the To Element too. You can now specify a From Element again for the next tab order. From and To elements are stored together as value pairs and are therefore can only be displayed together in the configuration table. For this reason they can only be deleted together too.
The configuration option for the tab order is not available for all SAP GUI elements. Currently, the following elements are supported:
  • Input fields
  • Radio button elements
  • Checkboxes
  • Buttons

You can find notes about the associated shortcut keys in chapter Keyboard Access in SAP GUI for Windows in section Configuration of the Tab Order, and notes about the directory to store local tab orders in section Local Tab Order.

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start/tips/sap/tab.txt · Last modified: 2020/07/24 10:49 by stephane