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OBN Navigation in Cloud Aplication Studio

Hi pros,

I added an Embeded Component onto a standart Opportunity TI. Embeded component includes a table of selected custome materials (standart BO Materials are not used).

Now I need to add a BUTTON which opens a pop-up window where the same selected materails are represented but with every characteristic. So it is the same table as before but bigger.

My idea is to have s custome BO with a pop-up window without possibility to save it. By pressing the BUTTON Material IDs should be transered to this BO through OBN Navigation, after modify event is called to get all the Material characteristics by their IDs, and finaly a QAFP is opened.

My questions are:

- Can this requirment be implemented better?

- What did I do wrong in my implementation described below?

I realised that bigger table as a separate BO without alternative key and QAFP. There is no need to save this BO. To open QAFP I need to use OBN Navigation, so I created a separate port:

Through this port I planned to send a list of Material IDs from the Embeded component in Opportunity. Data Model that should be presented on pop-up window is below:

And here are outbound port, OBN Navigation and Event Handler that should be called when the button is pressed:

And here are OBN Navigation settings:

But after I applied the settings created button greyed out and stoped responding.

Best regards,

Nadezhda Rukavishnikova

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  • Oct 21, 2016 at 02:10 PM


    Did you add the button using

    "Add OBN Link/Button to Section Group" Button in the Exensibility Explorer of the UI-Designer?

    Thanks, Pradeep.
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    • Former Member

      Hi Pradeep,

      The button should be positioned not on the standart screen, but on the Embeded component on the custome made tab of Opportunity. But custome Embeded component is not affected by Extensibility Explorer as far as I know.

      Best regards,

      Nadezhda Rukavishnikova