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Checking DataModel field binding for Standard TI

Hi all,

To check the DataModel field binding for a custom EC, I open the DataModel tab for that EC in UI Designer. Here, upon clicking on the desired field on the left hand side pane, the corresponding BO element to which the selected DataModel field is bound to is automatically highlighted.

However when I open a standard TI (for example: BYD_COD > SalesOnDemand > Visit > VisitExecution > COD_Visit_TI) in UI Designer, and open the DataModel tab to check the binding for its DataModel fields, it doesnot highlight the corresponding BO element.

For standard TI screens, is there an alternate way to figure out the datamodel binding?

Thanks,

Sanat

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2014 at 08:10 AM

    Hi

    First thing why you need datamodel binding for standard fields?

    Second.. In you custom development you can see binding because all content you created exist in partner content whereas standard content exist in SAP content in repository. Partner does not have access to SAP content, and all those thing happening because of security reason.

    Anyway you can extend you solution via SDK only that extent where PSM will allow you.

    Hope this help!!!

    Sunil Maurya

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      Hi Sunil,

      Thanks for sharing this info. Its really helpful, but some of the elements mentioned in "Value" do not show up under the BO when viewed in Extensibility Explorer. I guess there are certain limitations as to what Cloud Application Studio can offer, but this is a good work around.

      I have another query. Is there a way I can check which web service gets invoked on click of save, or any action? I have posted this on a new thread:-

      Any pointers in this regard would be of great help.

      Thanks,

      Sanat

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