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Image Display in HWC to compare SAP RFC Data

Hi All,

I want to display a image in HWC comapred backend SAP data.

I am having data backend system SAP only key datas.but the images stored in LOCAL DATABASE of SUP Server.

Like SAP RFC Data showed like below..

Equipement No Equipement text 1221212 Samsung Grand 1245454 Sony xperia 4554545 Nokia Lumia

My actual requirement is I want to display a data as below format in mobile

Equipement No Equipement text Equipement Image 1221212 Samsung Grand (Image will be store Local Database of SUP) 1245454 Sony xperia (Image will be store Local Database of SUP) 4554545 Nokia Lumia (Image will be store Local Database of SUP)

Please Note SUP local database i have created table below.

Equipement No Equipement Image 1221212 Equipement Image 1245454 Equipement Image

Please advice how we can club both data (Local SUP Data and SAP RFC Data) i have tried composite options is not allow as to do it.

Thanks,

Raj

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  • Posted on May 28, 2013 at 04:20 PM

    I think you can show the data as tables instead of going for a dynamic image.

    In that case you have to write your own custom code inside the custom.js file.

    A good example on how to create custom screens is here.

    - Midhun VP

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  • Posted on May 28, 2013 at 08:26 PM

    I'm told that you should be able to add an attribute to an MBO which isn't tied to any fields on the backend, which should accomplish what you are looking for, I believe.

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