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Enhance the toolbar with new button in forwarding settlement application?

Dear All,

I want add an button to forwarding settlement in global toolbar. i have done this through customization. But i want to know how to enhance the related FBI . Have i need to create new view exit class which was inherites from FWSD view exit class ?

Actually i have created enhancement to FBI and provide customized view exit class which has inherited from standard view exit class. But when new button has clicked in UI the control never comes sub classs ?

Could any one help on this ? is it right approch or any other one will help ?

Thanks in advance,


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    Posted on Sep 03, 2013 at 08:41 PM

    Hi Surendra,

    Add your action ID in /SCMTMS/TCM_CFIR_HTLB component configuration on Actions Tab via customizing. Don't forget to link your action to BO action.

    I hope it will be enough and you get ability to catch your action in /SCMTMS/CL_UI_VIEWEXIT_INV class (ADAPT_EVENT method).

    Kind regards, Aliaksandr.

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    • Former Member Aliaksandr Zhdanovich

      Hi Aliaks,

      Yes you are right. We can enhance /SCMTMS/CL_UI_VIEWEXIT_INV class like creating post exit for ADAPT_EVENT method .But i want handle more than one custom action so need to create separate method for each action and call it in ADAPT_EVENT method in my own class after redefining.

      Any way i got the solution from one of my china colleague. He saying that we need to do customization for XXXX-HTLB FBI view also and provide my own view exit class as well there also.

      you already metioned in above reply this point. Very very thanks for reply.

      Thanks ,


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