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How to find the standard UI in the system

Hello everyone,

Please forgive my stupidity.

When I search the standard UI of the Byd system in the Configuration Explorer,

It will cost me a lot of time.

Please tell me if there was any way to quickly find it.

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    Posted on Dec 31, 2013 at 05:32 AM

    Hi Wenlei Peng,

    Yes, the simple way is to use the Tool from Help Menu as mentioned by @Horst Schaude in this thread

    But for some reason SAP is not releasing the beautiful tool to us even in Dev/Test Tenants.

    The next way is to find it from enhancing the BO and then clicking Enhance Screens or if you know the Key word then you can also do the search on the top within Configuration Explorer itself.

    You can also use the filtering option if applicable.

    Hope this helps.



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    Posted on Dec 31, 2013 at 05:44 AM

    Hi wenlei,

    For searching standard UI you should know type of UI(OWL,QAF,QA,QC,TI,..etc) and business module.

    You can take help of Filters and search option. Then from the name of UI you can guess std screen, open it and confirm, using this way you can reduce time.

    Most of the ByD UI are in folder SAP_ByD_Application_UI.

    Other way you can search by navigating to screen for example if want to search "QAF of Sales Order"

    1. Goto SAP_ByD_Application_UI

    2. As a business context Sales is part of CRM goto folder CRM

    3 As per the name Sales Order you can guess next folder name "SOC"

    4.After expanding SOC you can see list of U,I by the name of UI ("salesorderqafeco"), select your desire

    the path of search is like "/SAP_BYD_APPLICATION_UI/crm/soc/salesorderqafeco.QA.uicomponent"

    Third way you can post your UI in forum and we will respond you.

    Thank you


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