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FPM BOPF Form UIBB field Disabled

Hi ,

Requirement to create FPM form with backend BOPF using FBI views.I created a custome BOPF(With out Alternative keys)and when i tested it its saving data to DB table.

FPM OVP form with only Main Page , here i created 2 form UIBB's Bootstrap and Form.

1) did wiring between Bootstrap and Form

2) In form feederclass used the FBI view.

Did i missed some thing??when i open my form its completely disabled with fields and also buttons.

Please help me .

Thanks,

Kp.

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    Posted on Nov 10, 2015 at 01:15 PM

    Hi KP,

    Its hard to know without seeing your configuration.

    you can try to follow this document http://scn.sap.com/docs/doc-62730

    In Addition, you can try to add the standard FPM Edit button to the global toolbar, and in your form UIBB under Feeder class parameters set the 'Handle toolbar' checkbox.

    BR,

    Matan.

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    Posted on Nov 10, 2015 at 12:44 PM

    Hi Kp,

    Check the wiring once again.

    If wiring is correct, in URL add &change_mode=change/create&.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Sanket.

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      Hi Sanket,

      In the main page i added both Bootstrap form (Source)and fields form(Target), i did wiring between these 2 forms and used the connector class /BOFU/CL_FBI_CONNECOTOR.

      BTW i added the &change_mode=change/create in the URL,no luck.

      Thanks,

      Kp

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