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query iview in HRESS_A_PERSINFO

Hi!

We have successfully created our own query iviews - according to this guide:

Generic UIBB for Lists and Forms - Manager Self-Service in SAP NetWeaver Business Client - SAP Library

This works well for the FPM iviews that works with the MEM_ID.

But:

HRESS_A_PERSINFO

Personal information - works with the PERNR_MEM_ID

So the above create GUIBB cant be added - without heavy modification at least.

Does anyone know if it is possible to add a custom query to the HRESS_A_PERSINFO application?

Does it have a similiar function ala the one from the URL.

Best regards

Ronni

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2015 at 08:46 PM

    above

    CL_HRMSS_GENERIC_IT_VIEW_LIST was released for MSS and not ESS unfortunately, I havent seen it yet for ESS this functionality needs to be custom developed if needed be. but whats the requirement? You can anyhow pull detais for the employee etc?

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    • Hi Siddharth thanks for your reply!


      Our "problem" is that we have a query that worked in our own portal - using "old-school" Java FPM iview. But now we are migreting to HR Renewal - and we are not using any java technology.


      But the query - which shows the employees Salary History ( Infotype 8 ) should still be shown.



      I made it work for the HRMSS_EMP_OVER_PROFILE applikation. according to the documentation.

      The thing about HRMSS_EMP_OVER_PROFILE is that is uses: mem_id to get the employee information. But HRESS_A_PERSINFO uses: pernr_mem_id

      I gues this is configured in the : HRMSS_B_MODIF_BUSINESS_PARAMS

      But i think my solution will be to enhance the class:

      CL_HRMSS_GENERIC_IT_VIEW_LIST

      This class is called when the GUIBB is loaded - so here i can load - based on pernr_mem_id instead of using mem_id - and then - if no pernr_mem_id is used - i will use sy-uname so that it will work in "ESS" mode.

      😊

      br

      Ronni

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