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ESS 6.0 Custom Error Messages

We are implementing ESS 6.0 and want to have custom error messages for common java dumps. For example, payroll is being done and a user tries to log into ESS, they will eventually get a "Service is Locked" or "PERNR_NOT_LOCKED" error, followed by a java dump. This is not user friendly and is bound to happen.

We would like to show custom error messages for these errors. One option is to modify each individual ESS web dynpro app in NWDI, however, there are several applications and code modifications that would have to be done. Does anyone know of an easier way?

Regards,

Tom

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    Posted on Nov 20, 2007 at 05:05 PM

    I found the solution in this post:

    change-service-is-locked-message

    Basically, we just customized the webdynpro iview by:

    1. Logging in as a user with permission to ESS role and Content Admin role

    2. Navigating to ESS Service and editing it so a lock was created. Example open up bank information and edit.

    3. Opened a new browser with this user and navigated to the iview in Content Adminstration

    4. Previewed the iview, which will show a java dump.

    5. Control + right click on the java dump

    6. A personalization window opens up and allows you to make this invisible.

    Using this method you are also able to customize the text and images.

    *Note you need EP 7.0 to do this. Not sure of the SP verison, were on SP12.

    Regards,

    Tom

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