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SRM SUS

Hi All,

  I am working on EP portal and integrating with SRMSUS.. like in the standard iview supplier Self-service , i have hided       the SRM home,help,logoff button. Now i want to add two custom buttonon the same div. and want to display some data       from SRM system. Is any body has done some thing like as it is not web dynpro, it is a BSP application.

  Can any body give me any solution..



  Thanks,

  Ravi Shankar.

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    Jan 27, 2014 at 02:24 PM

    Hi Ravi,

    please open BSP application SRMSUS in SE80, and navigate to following object:

    Views -> framework -> utility.inc

    This is the BSP view that contains by standard the top menu in the SUS application with the links to the SUS homepage, to the search, the help and FAQ pages and the link to logoff.

    Unfortunately there is no configuration possible to modify these links. The stanard coding in the BSP view must be changed should you want to display any other link on this place.

    Hope this helps.

    regards

    Zoltan

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

        Yes, I am using BSP application but new to it and don't have that much of knowledge...

         can u please give me steps if possible screen shot as well how to achieve it.

      Ravi.

  • Jan 24, 2014 at 05:57 AM

    Hi Ravi

    Can you check the link below this is the detail it provided

    http://www.consolut.com/en/s/sap-ides-access/d/s/doc/H-BBP_SUS_CONDITION

    Definition   Documents that are processed by SUS, such as purchase orders, confirmations, or invoices, use a complex logic to add a button to the document or table toolbar.

    Whether or not a button is enabled or disabled depends on the attribute values that were assigned by the corresponding view controller.

    Use

    Previously, the logic for this was implemented, that is, hard-coded, in the views.

    Now, however, conditions and values that can be customized are used to describe this logic, which is interpreted by a condition processor. This condition processor uses a new central Customizing table (BBP_SUS_BTNDEF) that configures the UI buttons in the SUS documents.

    Each table line corresponds to one button. It allows you to define conditions that determine when a button is displayed or enabled. Up to three conditions can be maintained for each button. Condition values have only string values that are not case sensitive. Typically, values are:

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    Jul 01, 2014 at 05:25 AM

    Hi Ravi,

    I have to enable the Process button for Confirmed PO's . could you please help me on that.

    please send the code to <removed>

    Thanks in Advance

    please do not post your email address in the forum Message was edited by: Zoltan Keller

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Ravi,

      OK with your words.

      Could you send the document how to customize this one. please send the document to

      <removed>

      will check

      Thanks Ravi

      please do not post your email address in the forum Message was edited by: Zoltan Keller