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|Example: sapgui_calendar_focus_date||Calendar Functions|
Sets focus to a date on a calendar.
int sapgui_calendar_focus_date( const char *description, const char *calendarID, const char *date, [args,] LAST ) ;
|description||User entered text to aid in understanding script|
|calendarID||Object ID Strings|
|date||A date string of format "YYYYMMDD"|
|outParamName||Parameter to store output|
|LAST||A marker indicating the end of the argument list. Not required if Optional Arguments are used.|
sapgui_calendar_focus_date sets focus to a date on a calendar. This function is automatically recorded when selecting a date from a calendar. However, the function that actually returns the date is sapgui_calendar_select_interval.
If the date used in the call to sapgui_calendar_focus_date is different from the date in the call to sapgui_calendar_select_interval, the value used in sapgui_calendar_select_interval is returned to the object from which the calendar was called and the date used in the call to sapgui_calendar_focus_date is discarded.
This function returns LR_PASS (0) on success or LR_FAIL (1) on failure.
You can parameterize all string (char type) arguments.