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Removal of Buttons from Adobe form for PCR Approval

Hi,

I am using adobe forms for PCR approval using the Business object method EXTSRV-PROCESS. The binding parameters are as follows,

<b>MODE = &Displaymode&

REQUEST_NO = &Notification.Number&

DESCRIPTION = &Notification.Description&

IFV = A</b>

The display mode passed as parameter is 'Change'.

The problem is i am able to see all the 5 buttons (Approve/Reject/Return to Author/Compete/Exit) but I want only the Approve/Reject/Exit buttons to be seen. I found the following thread with more or less similiar requriement but unable to find a solution from it. Any suggestions on this?

Buttons for ISR_APPROVE & ISR_PROCESS appearing in Workflow

Thanks,

Prasath N

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2006 at 07:02 AM

    Hi Prasath,

    Long time before even we too had a similar requirement...But we were not able to solve the problem. Luckily, USER is convinced with going ahead with those 5 buttons.

    Will surely keep you updated in case if I get to know any solution.

    Regards,

    <i><b>Raja Sekhar</b></i>

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    • Former Member Former Member

      I logged an OSS message about the buttons and also because we get blank PDF when pushen Previous botton in review view.

      SAP replied by stating that this is a bug that is fixed with SP18. We are currently on SP15 and will upgrade because of that.

      😊 Harald

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