What does it do? This statement sets the list cursor> at the first position of the next line after the current line, if the current position of the list cursor results from a previous o utput statement. In the first line of a new page and if the current list cursor was set with the statements SKIP>>, NEW-LINE>, NEW-PAGE>>, or BACK>> into the list line, NEW-LINE> does not affect the list cursor.
Latest notes:The statement NEW-LINE> is executed implicitly at the end of an event block>. • NO-SCROLLING NEW-LINE
What does it do? The addition NO-SCROLLING> has the effect that the first line of the current list level, which was written after the statement NEW-LINE> with an output statement (WRITE>>, ULINE>>), cannot be moved horizontally. This applies to scrolling in the list displayed on the screen by the user and to scrolling with the statement SCROLL>>. Vertical mobility is not affected.
Latest notes:To freeze an area that covers several lines, use the statement SET LEFT SCROLL-BOUNDARY> >.
Example ABAP Coding The line with the output 'Fixed Line' will not be moved during horizontal scrolling. WRITE / 'Scrollable Line'. NEW-LINE NO-SCROLLING. WRITE: / 'Fixed Line', / 'Scrollable Line'. • SCROLLING NEW-LINE
What does it do? The addition SCROLLING> undoes the addition NO-SCROLLING> (default setting). The addition NO-SCROLLING> can only be undone before an output statement is executed. Once a line has been frozen, you can no longer change this state.