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Add Note field in CG13 Hitlist

Hello All,

We have a requirement to add a new field (Note) in the Phrase Hit list as it would help the authoring team to select the correct phrase. i checked and found that the field REM (Note) is not available in the structure RCGPHITMS which is actually used to display in the hit list. Can you please let me know if anybody is aware of any enhancement/exit available to enhance the hitlist with a new field.

Thanks and regards,

Mahesh

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2014 at 07:56 PM

    Dear Mahesh

    check Customer Exits in SAP EHS MANAGEMENT

    and lines:

    C1120001 EHS: Menu exit 1 of phrase management Yes C1120002 EHS: Menu exit 2 of phrase management Yes

    I assume that you can use these exists easily to enhance CG12/Cg13 according to your needs

    C.B:

    PS:

    Check as well:

    SAP Customer Exit C1120001 | SAP Developer Workbench

    SAP Customer Exit C1120002 | SAP Developer Workbench

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2014 at 07:04 AM

    Hello Chris,

    Thanks for the information and i am checking on this but the enhancement does not seem to get triggered when the Hitlist screen is displayed. I will check more on this and will let you know.

    Thanks and regards,

    Mahesh

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    • Dear Mahes

      you misinterpret may be this enhancement option. You can not "direct" change look and feel in CG12/CG13; but if you have generated the hitlist and then by using the enhancement option you can do what you would like to do. And then can show to the user the display they would like to see.

      C.B.

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