Text Elements Without Names
Nameless text elementsor default text elements are those text lines and control statements that appear at the beginning of the corresponding window contents without having the /E paragraph format. They include all lines up to the next /E paragraph or to the end of text if no other named element follows. Thus, you can have only one nameless text element in each window.
The differences between named an nameless text elements are:
The following example shows a default text element in the window ADDRESS of a form. The text element outputs the address of a customer, thereby including on the first page the sender short form as include variable for a standard text. To maintain an output-related logic even within the form, SAPscript additionally offers the control statements IF and CASE, which you can use to control the print output depending on the data constellation.