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Hyperlink for Functional Location in Work Order Object List

I am working in Work Manager 6.2. 

In the Work Order Details Screen, there is a hyperlink for the Functional Location. When the functional Location link is clicked, it shows the functional location details.

We want the similar functionality in the Work Order Object List Detail Screen. When the Functional Location in the Work Order Object List Detail View is clicked, it should display the Functional Location information. The standard application does not have any hyperlink.

I don't want to modify/extend any Java code. Is there any way to achieve this by modifying agentry code and working with SAP BADI's ?

Thanks,

Gopi.

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    Former Member
    Jul 28, 2016 at 05:54 AM

    In this case if the equipment number and flocID is same as workorder object's equipID and floc then you can achive the functionality without enhancing Java/SAP.

    Just write a rule which will compare the object's equipID with workorder>equipment collection's>equipid if matched then navigate to the hyperlink.

    similar for floc.

    hope this makes you clear.

    Thanks

    Ajitesh

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  • Oct 19, 2015 at 07:58 PM

    Can you elaborate on what screen you are referring to "Work Order Object List Detail Screen"

    --Bill

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi All,

      Any update on this. I have the similar issue for equipment collections. Work order object returns only Functional location collection. Its not returning the equipment collection values.

      I'm using WM 6.2 version

  • Jul 28, 2016 at 12:25 PM

    Hi Gopi,

    We may need to make changes to the java code when you want to save data to particular collections.

    We need to fetch the data from back end BAPI's and classes and you need to make changes to the java classes & pojo's in way that it should save the data to a particular collection.

    The hyperlinks will be enabled from java code and there will be dependency with the front end definitions also.

    But if the collection data from java code is not consistent for technical objects the hyperlinks will not be enabled even we have the correct agenrty definitions.

    Requesting you to please elaborate the issue with some more details, so that I will try to help you more.

    But as per my knowledge, java code changes will be required to make changes to collection data and enabling the corresponding hyperlinks for technical objects.

    Thanks & Regards,

    Roopa M.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Let me correct you here, Complex table entry and entries under some collection are different. In your case you 1st of all you need to check in SAP for the workorder is there already any equipment assigned or not? If yes than i would say execute the workorder get bapi from SE37 transaction and see what is the value in equipment table. If the value is there then execute the Equipment get bapi. If equipment get bapi is returning the equipment details than try to debug in Java and find what is causing this issue.

      Hope this makes you clear

      Thanks

      Ajitesh