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Create Search Page , Can't find Value of Search Query Node.

Hi,

I want to create search page to access my own Z table data,so I create BOL with Root object "ZNSLD_COMMASTER" and Search object

"ZNSLD_COMMASTERsearch",and set into the component set "SO2".

In GENIL_BOL_BROWSER , it's works successful,

But when I create search page by wizard,

The problem is I can't find any value in this Search Query Node, so I entries in casual,

But the Search Query View got error,

What should I do next?Should I create something?

Another question is

Which one should I choose on Search result node?

I find many Documents, but I still don't know what should I do,

I'm really confused,

Please help.

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2016 at 09:23 AM

    Now I know I have to create custom genil to solve this problem.

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  • Posted on Sep 08, 2016 at 07:18 PM

    basically you have to create three objects.

    1. root object

    2. search object

    3. result object.

    general framework is -> search objects will give result object and result object will have some relation to root object.

    the approach you are trying requires much effort. Please see if you can use RAD (rapid application development tool ) in CRM. it will be easy to create whole application based on ztable.

    hope it helps.

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