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Classification data on Notification custom tab

Hi Experts, I have requirement where we need to show the Classification data in Custom tab of Notifications . How can this be achieved. Basically we are doing this for SAP Screen personas so that user does not have to click or dig deeper as the current fuctionality will take couple of clicks to take there . How can we bring the classification data on to the Notification Custom tab? Would it require Configuration or Custom ABAP developement ? Kindly suggest. Best regards, pradeep.

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 12:31 AM

    pradeep

    I assume you are referring to Equipment classification data to be brought to Notification. It is definitely a development involving 2 steps. I see it to be a not an easy one.

    • Firstly yo need to have a custom screen area in Notification using screen exit QQMA0001 where all the characteristics values are supposed to be there. If the requirement is not for a fixed class or classes having same set of characteristics, then the task becomes difficult and demands a table instead of individual fields in the above screen area.
    • Then you need to use function modules like BAPI_OBJCL_GETCLASSES to retrieve the classification data from equipment of the Notification and fill these fields. This coding will be done in the PBO, PAI module of the screen.

    I doubt whether any other simple solution exists for this requirement, Let's see what other members have to say on the issue.

    Regards

    KJogeswaraRao

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 10:24 AM

    I too am assuming you mean the technical object classification data...

    If you are using SAP Screen Personas, then create a Script Button on the relevant notification screen.

    Then record a script to navigate to the relevant class data.

    PeteA

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