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External events accepted by MDM-iViews?

Hi,

I`m searching for information on external events supported by MDM-iViews. Is there any document or information available about what events and corresponding parameters are accepted by MDM-iViews.

The only information I got until know can be found in this documentwww.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/771f1a61-0e01-0010-daa9-93a52905da09">document> in chapter "Step 4 – Integrate UWL with MDM iViews" which describes how the MDM iView ResultSet is called passing the parameter taskId.

Beyond that I now need information’s about the supported events of the other MDM-iView’s.

Thanks,

Robert

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 09:15 AM

    Hi Robert,

    Complete documentation can be found by entering MDM" target="_blank">http://service.sap.com/mdm">MDM in the SAP Service Marketplace, then clicking Installation & Upgrade Guides and then select the document: MDM 5.5 SP04 - Enterprise Portal Content.

    Walter

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 01:13 PM

    Hi Walter,

    I already consulted this document. You can only find there some information how to trigger external iView out of MDM-iViews. I want to perform the other direction. This means an external iView should be able to call an MDM-iView. E.g. it should be possible to call out of a ResultList of a BW-iView the corresponding MDM-Details-iView.

    Regards

    Robert

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