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process event for different GUIBB

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I am developing a FPM Webdynpro ABAP application using FPM_OIF_COMPONENT componenet.

In that I have used different webdynpro components FPM_FORM_UIBB and FPM_LIST_UIBB_ATS

I have used a Feeder class where the interfaces GUIBB_FORM and GUIBB_LIST are added.

My question is , in the fedder class, there are different process_event method for each GUIBB,

My requirement is to capture data from both the GUIBB and pass it to another workflow. So I want to write the code in one process_event for two different GUIBB. How is this possible ?



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    Posted on Aug 21, 2013 at 05:53 AM

    Hi Anupam,

    In FPM framwork each event will take a part in event loop process of each feeder class of added component of the application.

    Now want you need to need to do is described below.

    1. Write a code in your process_event of your first GUIBB and set the value in event parameter or directly you can set it in workfolw.

    2. Again capture a same event and get the setted value from event parameter and you will be having 2nd GUIBB data.

    3. Now you can set it to the workflow directly or you can set both the value to shared data class and from there you can process it for your further requirement.


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      Hi Anupam,

      You are referring static event parameter, But i am telling about dynamic event parameter which you set during the event loop in your feeder class by SET_VALUE( ).

      For getting the form field value on the screen you need to do the coding in flush method of form.

      So in FLUSH() method you can get the entered values in screen through the IS_DATA structure.

      Get the relevant field values and set it to the attribute of feeder.

      After that control will reached to the PROCESS_EVENT method and there you can set it to the event parameter.

      You can set the strcuture/table itself to the event parameter by defining the local one in your feeder method.

      Hope this is helpful.

      Thanks & Regards

      Praveen Gupta

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