With GuiXT you can add comfort, speed and intuition to your use of the SAP system. Writing only a few lines, you can integrate images and texts into the SAP forms, rearrange fields, offer radio buttons instead of coded input, and create push buttons for selected functions.
GuiXT is based on a simple scripting language. You define the layout of an SAP screen in the form of a series of commands.
del [Translation dte]
pos [First line item] (8,0)
The entry field Translation dte is deleted and the field group First line item is shifted to row 8 , column 0 .
How do I create and edit a GuiXT script?
Go to the SAP screen that you wish to modify. Click on Edit->Script in the GuiXT Menu . Now the text editor (Notepad) for the corresponding script is started. You can also use our Script Editor Pro which offers a WYSIWYG mode and many additional GuiXT specific features.
- Each script command has its own line.
- Blank lines are ignored.
- Comments within a line are made possible with the sign //.
- Each line starts with the script command, e.g. pos
- Screen elements are in square brackets, e.g. [Translation dte]
- Screen coordinates are in normal brackets, e.g. (8,0)
- To use inverted commas " within strings in scripts use double inverted commas “”
- GuiXT script lines can be up to 4000 characters long
The documentation has to be installed if you wish to call for help, since Help is in fact the Documentation .
When you install GuiXT (either after downloading it from our website or by installing the version delivered by SAP) you do not install the help files automatically. You can download the documentation from the download page of our website. Please note that the language of the help will depend on the language used for the logon (English/German/French). So, for example, if you logged on in English, the English version of documentation has to be installed. Please check in your GuiXT profile that the directory indicated for the documentation is correct.
- The parameter StartHidden Yes in guixt.ini suppresses the GuiXT window completely. An alternative is StartMinimized Yes
- If a script command seems to have no effect, the reason might be a wrong name for a screen element. For example, you might have written [Translation date] instead of [Translation dte] . When you open the script window in GuiXT, you can see the corresponding syntax error messages. In order to open the script window you click on View->Script.
- Instead of your writing the script by hand, you can use our Script Editor Pro which offers a WYSIWYG mode and many additional GuiXT specific features.