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PCUI Sales Order & Financing Quotation question

After research the BSP Application of Sales Order, Financing Quotaion & contract, I found that all of them use same Application CRMD_ORDER. But the layouts of them are different. The toolbar groups of Financing are LAM_O1_I & LAM_ODC1, and the toolbar groups of Sales Order are SLO_OICDEF & SLO_O1_IT.

But I check the toolbar groups LAM* in CRMC_BLUEPRINT_C I can not find any event in those toolbar group. So I am wondering that how the buttons show in Financing Quotation.

For the toolbar groups SLO*, there are lots of event.

regards

Gang

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2006 at 10:09 AM

    Hello Gang,

    If you check a toolbar group structure in CRMC_BLUEPRINT_C (for example LAM_O1_I) for the first time, you will not see anything before you do an import from the S tables.

    Go to the toolbar group structure for LAM_O1_I, go in edit mode and push on the import button (CTRL+F12). You will get your entries.

    Regards,

    Frédéric

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2006 at 10:18 AM

    Hi Frédéric,

    thanks for your reply.

    More question:

    1. I want to create new action profile for Financing contract, if I create new action profile in SPRO, will it auto add to PCUI schedule action? How to dev the PCUI for that action.

    2 I try to do action 'Change Process of Header/Item', but in the follow screen of PCUI, I can not find the process type in Dropdown list. but there are lots of 'Change Process Type' in SAP GUI. Do you have some idea?

    thanks

    Gang

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      Hello Gang,

      1. I'm not sure but I think that the action should come automatically in PCUI. No dev needed

      2. What do you mean by 'Change process type'? Where do you find this in SAP GUI?

      3. If you want to change/add something to your toolbar structure, you must indeed import the S table, save the entries. So, you have the standard situation available in the C tables. After this, you can modify/add/remove waht ever you want in the toolbar. The standard toolbar will always be available in the S table.

      Regards,

      Frédéric

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2006 at 10:20 AM

    Hi Frédéric,

    After I do the import, I should save the toolbar group?

    and I can add my event in that toolbar group?

    thanks

    Gang

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    Posted on Jun 01, 2006 at 11:04 AM

    Hello Frédéric,

    1. if the action will come to PCUI auto, should I ehance the application to call follow screen in PCUI or it will can the SAP GUI auto?

    2. if the go to Financing contract in Inception status, you will find 'Change process Header' action and if you choose this action, you will go to change process, there is a dropdown list for 'Change Proecess' such as 'Stop billing'. but in PCUI, there is no 'Change Process' in dropdown list.

    Regards,

    Gang

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