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Shooping cart - Attachments

Hi,

I have requirement that the system should provide a link to a X form ( a word document) when the shopping cart limit exceeds the limit maintained in the X from (word doc). can anyone give me inputs on how to go abt it

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Harshika

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  • Feb 20, 2007 at 04:52 AM

    Hi

    Requirement is not clear. Could you pl elaborate with an example ?

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    Ramki

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi

      <b>Here is the concept of SRM Alert Management.</b>

      <b><u>SRM Alert Management</u></b>

      Use
      
      As of SAP SRM 5.0, functionality is available that provides users with alerts and messages to inform them about predefined or critical statuses or events (exceptions) in the business process. Besides the information itself, the alerts enable the recipient to react directly to the underlying situation and to process it immediately. This effectively reduces the time gap between the occurence and solving of critical statuses.
      
      In order to send alerts, SRM Alert Management technically uses the Alert Framework.
      
      Alerts reach the appropriate recipient per alert entry (in the LaunchPad: Alerts). (If SRM is running on an ERP platform, then in the Portal the central worklist (UWL) is used for receiving and processing the alerts.) The recipient receives a link with a direct link to the relevant business object (for example, to an SRM document) - a direct reaction is expected from the recipient.
      Messages are sent by mail to the recipient and only inform about the event that has occurred without expecting an immediate reaction. (The link contained here is only for information purposes.)
      Tasks, as a third variant, are sent by workflow (WS14500051) so that the recipient has to carry out the relevant work item.
      
      SRM delivers a standard recipient determination for most events.
      Alternatively you can define the recipient determination in the respective alert categories of the classification SRM Alerts (SAP Web Application Server -> SAP Web Application Server -> Generic Business Tools -> Alert Management -> Define Alert Categories) or by implementing the BAdI BBP_ALERTING.
      The texts for the individual alert categories (changeable) are storedhere (Message title: Subject line of alert/message,short and long text: consist of the event text and the message text generated by the application or by a system report).
      You can define your own alert categories or modify the delivered ones.
      
      The Smart Form BBP_OUT_EXCEPTION controls the layout, the displayed text and its elements, the logic etc. of the notification e-mail.
      
      Details:
      
      SRM delivers predefined events for the majority of the business objects,for example, (z.B. BUS2000113 - purchase contract) (IMG: Supplier Relationship Management -> SRM Server -> Cross-Application Basic Settings -> Event and Event Schema for Alert Management -> Define Events).
      In event schemas these events are linked with the alert category (IMG: Supplier Relationship Management -> SRM Server -> Cross-Application Basic Settings -> Event and Event Schema for Alert Management -> Define Event Schema). Using the event schema, you can define the following:
      
      whether an alert, a task, or a message is to be sent for this event (Event category)
      the alert category (subcategory of the event)
      how many hours after the occurrence of an event the appropriate alert or message is to be sent.
      
      
      
      
      Effects on Customizing
      You make the settings for SRM Alert Management in the IMG:
      Supplier Relationship Management -> SRM Server -> Cross-Application Basic Settings -> Event and Event Schema for Alert Management -> ...
      Using BAdI BBP_ALERTING (Alerts/Messages and Events in SRM Alert Management), you can make the following settings at variance with the SRM standard:
      Alert Categories
      Events and Alerts/ Messages
      Recipient Control
      URLs for the jump to the relevant documents
      In the IMG under Supplier Relationship Management -> SRM Server -> Cross-Application Basic Settings -> Define Transaction Types you can assign an event schema of a business object to a transaction type and thus make event control even more detailed.
      Only when an event schema is also assigned to a transaction type, is the Alert function for this also activated!
      As a technical prerequisite for triggering alerts and notifications, thereport on deadline monitoring must be scheduled as a background job:
      IMG: Supplier Relationship Management -> SRM Server -> Cross-Application Basic Settings -> SAP Business Workflow -> Maintain Standard Settings for SAP Business Workflow -> Maintain Runtime Environment -> Schedule Background Job for Deadline Monitoring
      
      See also
      For more information on Alert Management, see the SAP Library (SAP R/3 Enterprise, Release 4.70) under:
      SAP-NetWeaver Components ->SAP Web Application Server -> Basis Services / Communication Interface -> Business Workplace and Services -> Alert Management

      Hope this will help.

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      Regards

      - Atul