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Round trip in Hcm Process & forms

HI Experts .

I am working on hcm process & forms using adobeforms .

I designed table using using dropdown . ( Please refer screen shot ) .

If user selects wage type value from dropdown then it should automatically display the corresponding value of amount .

Please tell me how can i do this .

Is it possible to do with round trip & sap_pa backend service only , I don't want to use custom backend service .

Thanks & regards .

Bhushan Ghule

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    Posted on Aug 26, 2013 at 02:00 AM

    Hi Bhushan,

    May I know what is the logic to display the amount based on wage type? Can we see the data from any of the infotype ?

    SAP will only default the value during initialize event; example you can default position text based on position if set default to use SAP_PA backend service CUR/DEF type.

    Thus, for your case you might need to trigger USER_EVENT_INITIALIZE manually while maintaining field selected on form.

    May I why you do not want to use custom backend service?

    regards,

    Xiang Li

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2013 at 04:43 AM

    Refer to the post by Ganesh @ http://scn.sap.com/docs/DOC-30368

    Define your own user event using fields SAP_PA.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Sahir.

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    • Hi Sahir .

      I am not getting any error .

      Through drop_down i want to pass subtype values and corresponding amount value i want to show .

      If i set subtype value manually then defalut amount value is coming properly but i don't want to do like this because here subtype is dynamic .

      Regards .

      Bhushan Ghule

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