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question cic0 concerning the "Script" tab

Hello,

<u>SITUATION</u> : For transaction <b>CIC0</b>, in the tab titled "<u>Script</u>" (used for interactive scripting), there is an <u>"close" button</u> on the upper-right that closes completely the tab functionality and visibility... and in order to reopen this tab, the user MUST relaunch <b>CIC0</b>.

<u>QUESTION</u> : Is it possible to deactivate this button?

Thanks,

Tim

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 04:46 PM

    Hi,

    It's not possible to remove the 'Close' button from the tab (at least not with config).

    But as long as you have configured a scripting transaction in the action box there is no need for the user relaunch CIC0 to reopen the tab, they just need to select the scripting transaction that you have set-up in order to make the 'Script' tab re-appear.

    You add transactions to your action box in IMG Activity:

    Interaction Center WinClient > Visible Components > Action Box Settings > Define Configuration Profile for Action Box

    Regards,

    Damien

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2007 at 12:29 PM

    Hello Tim,

    if your Button is in a HTML- template, you can deactivate this.

    If it is, read this:

    1. Way: You can edit the HTML- Template the Folder use ( TA SMW0 )

    No Button --> No Action

    But You have to know the name of the template ( click right on the Folder --> show coding )

    2. Way: In the program SAPLCRM_CIC_BP_SUB - include LCRM_CIC_BP_SUBF10 the action, that will run, is defined.

    Edit here that, if the SAPEVENT is the click on the Button, nothing is done ( or other things you want )

    ==> This was a modification

    I hope i understand your Question wright.

    kind regard

    Torsten

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