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OSA - Fixed Enhancement - BADI - Add Position Requirement

Hi everyone:

Has anyone used the fixed enhancement "Add Position Requirement"?

i tried to use it for my appraisal form. The BADI retrieves the position requirements into a column, but does not indicate which proficiency the requirement should have.

Is this normal?

Also, if i have a lot of requirements that have different scale/proficiency, how can I cater this into my template, when the template only allows 1 scale to be defined in the value-list?

Many thanks for your help,

Ash

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    Posted on Sep 01, 2006 at 08:23 AM

    Hi

    We have used this enhancement.

    Along with this enhancement, we also used a new column (copy of CUVL - Current Value) to show the proficiency of the requirement.

    And for this new column, we created a BADI which is for value determination of each of the position requirements (qualifications).

    And this works pretty well for us.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Vikas Bhatia

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      Hi Vikas:

      Thanks for your reply.

      When you copy the new column (let's call it "ZCUVL") and put it in the template, did you also specify a scale for it?

      If you specify a scale for it, the whole column will have the same scale. This is not correct because not all qualifications has the same scale.

      I specify a scale for ZCUVL and then in the value-determination BADI, i check the qualfications of each row and change the ZCUVL-column to reflect the correct scale. However,this works only in GUI and not Portal.

      OSS said that the value-determination BADI should only change the value of the cell, not the drop-down list of the cell.

      Could you tell me in further details how yours work?

      Many thanks.....

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