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Extending fields in IC web

Hi Gurus,

Could we Search on the "extended fields ( Newly created fields which are not part of SAP Standard ) in IC Web - ACCOUNTS" . How could it be configured ?


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    Posted on Dec 29, 2006 at 05:52 PM


    There are several different approaches for extending search options in IC WebClient.

    1. In some cases it is enough to add fields in account search view and implement some additional filtering of search results according to these custom parameters in view controller implementation class.

    The most simpliest and quickest way is the following:

    - create additional attributes in search view controller class

    - create new fields in search view with assigning their values to class attributes

    - implement additional filtering of BOL objects collection which is returned by search object (query service) in controller class method (EH_ONSEARCH for example)

    2. The most hardest way (but more beautifull and professional) is creating custom BOL object model. It will contain seach object with extended field structure to include your custom parameters. Also you will need to implement your custom search logic (taking into account additional parameters) in methods of GENIL layer implementation classes.

    This approach is a little bit complicated and it is difficult for me to describe it in several words. Maybe the first variant already satisfies your requirements? 😊

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  • Posted on Dec 29, 2006 at 10:58 AM

    Hi Anil,

    You might not be able to search with new fields if your new fields are not there as importing parameters in the function module BUPA_SEARCH.



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