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CCM: implementation catalogue in diplay-only mode

Hello everybody!

I am trying to use the CCM 2.0 to implement the catalogues in “display-only” mode, as it used to be done with the “Requisite Bug-Eye”.

Are there any parameters to set for disabling the field "Quantity", the icon "Basket" and the push-botton “Add to cart”?

Can I do this without modifying the code?

What do you think about this issue?

Kind regards,

Enzo

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2007 at 01:27 AM

    Hello Enzo,

    How about providing URL for search screen without HOOK_URL parameter. The Quantity and Add to Cart buttons are active but items are not transfered to SRM.

    1.

    http:// : /sap/bc/bsp/ccm/srm_cse/ tmp_entry.htm?sap-client= &sap-language=EN&locale=EN

    2.

    http:// : /sap/bc/bsp/ccm/srm_cse/ main.do?sap-client= &sap-language=EN&locale=EN&CATALOGID= &ccm-user= &ccm-password=

    Regards,

    Masa

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    Posted on Jul 20, 2007 at 04:41 PM

    Hi Enzo,

    that would mean a lot of modification of BSP pages in CCM.

    Why do you want to disable the buttons / fields? For what do you need a

    catalog, users cannot shop from?

    Cheers,

    Claudia

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      Hi Enzo,

      I still do not understand your scenario and usage of a catalog in stand alone?

      Seems you just offer a search; then no one can order.

      Anyhow, modifications in BSP applications are not easy. There is no option for

      customizing. Everything is development Based on existing services, you can

      create a new service and change the logic. I once started some stuff on SUS,

      and stepped back making any further changes. Deactivating buttons should be

      not that difficult. I would go for searching the code and comment out the related

      area as a starting point. I assume the color scheme can be changed to adust to

      the company style in the same way.

      Have a look into the CCM related service via SE80 / SICF and copy the service.

      Cheers,

      Claudia

  • Posted on Sep 05, 2007 at 08:49 AM

    Hi Enzo,

    SRM-MDM Catalog 2.0 has catalog only mode without Shopping Cart.

    Regards,

    Masa

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    • Former Member

      Hello Masa,

      we upgrated CCM 2.0 from SP 06 to SP10.

      After we uploaded new schema on /CCM/MASTER_CATALOG and mapped newly

      Supplier Catalogs to Master catalog and Master to Procurements.

      When I connect on /CCM/MASTER_CATALOG in edit mode, on "Content" tab we

      saw an error "Error when reading unassigned items". In the catalog

      structure tree, yellow arrow is on MASTER CATALOG name.

      In the log there are error log with error information: "ERROR READING

      HEADER DATA".

      Is this problem dependent on upgrade or something else?

      These are our components on system:

      SAP_BASIS 700 0013 SAPKB70013

      PI_BASIS 2005_1_700 0013 SAPKIPYJ7D

      SAP_BW 700 0015 SAPKW70015

      FINBASIS 600 0010 SAPK-60010INFINBASIS

      BI_CONT 703 0007 SAPKIBIIP7

      SEM-BW 600 0010 SAPKGS6010

      CCM 200_700 0010 SAPK-27010INCCM

      Thanks for all

      Gerardo

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