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Show a selected work order, in a work order list, with single click action to see the details

Hi all,

i'm developing a sap work manager(v6.3) application and my situation is, when the application starts i want to have the first work order selected to see the related information. This is a list of main work orders that will have sub-work orders(or none) related. I'm using the "single click action" to simulate a dropdown menu, it works(the navigation) but when i check the "allow single action" disables the "selected" option to select the first work order at the application start.

Right now the sequence is, when i start the application, i have the work order list and no details(grey screen on the right), then when i select a row it will trigger a custom action to navigate to the screen copy to show the sub work order from the selected main work order. To see the details for the main work order i have to nav back.

My question is, it is possible to make a workaround to let me see the details before navigate? (maybe a double click action somehow) and have to remove the navigation from the work orders without sub work orders.

Can someone help me on this? Or any other suggestions?

I'm using SWM (6.3), SMP(3.0) and IOS(11.0.1) on Agentry plug-in to Eclipse Juno(don't know if there is another IDE to develop the app).

Thanks in advance :)

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  • Dec 08, 2017 at 06:53 AM

    In terms of the Editor, the SP16 release supports Eclipse Oxygen and is available for download.

    I'm not sure I am following your scenario. With the typical list / detail view you don't use the single click action. This allows you to have different displays for the selected WO and the other WOs in the list. The detail pane targets the selected item in the list to automatically refresh when the WO is selected.

    I'm not following the whole sub-WO thing in terms of what you are trying to accomplish. Can you share some screen shots of how it works today?

    --Bill

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