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Suppress error/warning messages in UI

Hi Community,

I have a question regarding messages sent by standard BOs to my custom BO's UI in bydesign.

When I envoke an action of my custom BO by a button in the UI, this action calls an action from 'Sales Order'.

Every message thrown by this Sales-Order-action is displayed in the UI. This would not be any problem if these messages would disappear as soon as I select another list-entry. Unfortunately, these messages do not disappear and sum up to a confusing amount.

Does somebody know how to suppress these messages sent by the Sales Order to my customized UI or how to make these messages disappear when I select another entry?

Thank you for every advice!

Regards,

Janna

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    Posted on Sep 11, 2015 at 02:02 PM

    Hi Janna,

    I am not sure whether this might help also for system messages but you can give it a try:

    In the UI-Designer, in the Controller tab at the bottom, you find a section "Messages".

    Here it is possible to define Message mappings where a message text is usually replaced by a different text but instead you can also define to messages to be ignored.

    I haven't worked with this yet and am under the impression that usually you can only map your own messages. But give it a try, maybe you find a way to also map standard messages.

    Best regards,

    Ludger

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      Hello Ludger,

      thanks for your reply. But I have already tried this possibility and, unfortunately, the messages I want to ignore are not listed and I cannot find them anywhere.

      Do you have another idea?

      In other discussions I read that it is often not possible to suppress error warnings sent by the system.

      I hope that is not the case...

      Regards,

      Janna

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