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Alert Modeler in WEBIC

Hi All,

I want to raise an alert when 'Emplyee responsible' field is populated while creation of 'Follow-Up'.In short I need to attach a Z event with my field.How it can be done?

I know how to attach a existing event to Alert Profile.

Can anyone please suggest how to create a Z event and attach it to my field 'Employee Responsible' .

Regards,

Vikas Kabra

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    Posted on Sep 04, 2007 at 04:14 PM

    This will be a Custom Development .

    --> Figure out the View Controller Class where you are adding the 'Employee resposible

    --> Do a Controller Replacement for the Class with your custom Class

    --> Now in this Controller , put your code to raise the Custom Event tied to the Alert

    DATA: new_event TYPE REF TO cl_crm_ic_event.

    CLASS cl_crm_ic_services DEFINITION LOAD.

    event_srv = cl_crm_ic_services=>get_event_srv_instance( ).

    create object new_event.

    new_event->set_name('EmployeeAdded').

    • Optional ( Needed if you are passing paramters )

    call method new_event->add_param

    EXPORTING

    name = 'SkillName'

    value = ls_parameters-value.

    **

    event_srv->raise( new_event ).

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    Posted on Sep 10, 2007 at 07:00 AM

    I use different technique....Code was useful at one point.

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