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Events Definition in Adobe Interactive Form

Hi,

I have a requirement to define a Button and handle the appropiate action in my BADI.

I found out the appropiate BADI's method(SCENARIO_PROCESS_USER_COMMAND).I can include my coding here based on the USER COMMAND value.

Now, I would like the define the Function code Value(User Command Value) for my button in my Adobe Interactive Form.

Can anyone let us know how this can be done?

Regards,

Raja Sekhar

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    Posted on Jan 13, 2006 at 09:30 AM

    Let me more clear of my problem,

    I am creating a Custom Internal Service Request Scenario Form using Adobe Interactive Forms Txn-<b>SFP</b> in ECC(ABAP).

    I am using <b>QISRSCENARIO</b> txn to customize my scenario in ECC.

    I am using BADI(Definition : <b>QISR1</b>) to do the validations,to populate default values and do appropiate actions as per the Action(Button) chosen.

    I hope my USAGE of ADOBE INTERACTIVE FORMS in clear.

    Sorry for not clearly mentioning my requirement.

    Regards,

    Raja Sekhar

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2006 at 06:05 PM

    Hi Rajasekar,

    I am working on a same type of scenario you have worked long back. By this time you might have handled an ISR Scenario with ADOBE. I like to know what are the events there are for an ADOBE form and how can it be interacted with..Like populating a dropdown box and how this scenario can be proceeded with an workflow. I have some idea..I like to share with you.

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