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Unable to see Business Objects in Location Tab in Work Manager 6.2 (ESRI GIS Integration)

Hi Gurus,

We have been working for a standard out-of-the-box integration between SAP Work Manager 6.2 and ESRI GIS. We could link the base maps and view them in our application, but we couldn't see any of our business objects (Work Order, Equipment, Functional Location etc). Following are the tasks done -

1. Maintained the table /SMFND/OID01_GS and uploaded into SAP using program /SMFND/GIS/OIDMAP_UPLOAD_PROG

2. Installed the required ESRI WPF SDK (10.2.4)

3. Copied the required .dll files into the Agentry folder

4. Maintained the URL links for base maps and maintained the Geospatial Info for various layers

5. Communication between the ports (SAP and GIS) is bridged

Issue:
We couldn't see the objects created in SAP/GIS. Business objects buttons are not visible.  Pls suggest on our next course of action to get the business objects activated and working.

We could see the location tab as below (Our screen) - You can see that there is white screen on the left without any objects

Thanks in advance

Regards,

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  • Nov 01, 2015 at 08:29 PM

    Looking at your data load the GIS_MAPPING_GUID is blank.  This field is what is used to pass to the webservice to get the associated geometry for the object (Equipment in your screenshot).

    The map will display data associated to work orders and notifications on your device.  Have you confirmed that one of the work orders or notifications targets one of the equipment in the mapping table?

    I would also manually run the web services to confirm you are getting back the expected geometry as well and then verify in the ATE (within the Editor) that the geometry property of the associated object is correctly populated.

    --Bill

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    • Have you tried putting an ABAP breakpoint in that BAPi call to confirm that it is being called during your fetch?  Certainly looking at the result of the call the geometry should be coming down to the device so I suspect it is not even calling that BAPI.

      --Bill