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Make "Releases" tab available for all incident groups

Hi all,

In new EHSM Incident Management solution, the tab for "Releases" is only available when incident group type "Release" (EHHSS_IGR_RELEASE) is selected.

Does anybody know if it is possible to make the tab available for all incident groups, and not just for one? And also for Near Misses and Safety Observations?

I was checking the "Field Control" IMG activity, but all i have found there is some fields in Basic Information tab which are dependent on the Release incident group... but not the tab itself...

Any ideas?

Many thanks in advance,

Irene

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2013 at 03:24 PM

    Hi Irene,

    The tabs displayed in the Floor Plan Manager (FPM) are linked to the incident groups config. i.e. the tabs have been hard-coded based on the incident types e.g. EHHSS_IGR_RELEASE.

    My recommendation is that you would likely need to enhance the EHSM classes and raise the event the corresponding event to show the RELEASES tab.

    Have a look at class:

    CL_EHHSS_INC_OIF_CNTRLR_NEW

    I am not sure which service pack level you are on (but you would need to enhance one of these methods) with the corresponding code:

    The name of the tab you should display is MAINVIEW_4:

    Good Luck,

    Warren


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    • Former Member Former Member

      Completely Agreed with you Irene, SPRO settings should be made more configurable to which tabs should be visible at the start itself.

      I had a similar kind of requirement for which I wrote a determination at root to select the release group, so when an incident is created the RELEASE group is selected and RELEASE Tab is visible.

      Thanks

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