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View functionality for CCM 2.0

Hi,

Can anybody forward me some documents on View functionality for SRM - CCM.

Thanks,

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 01:51 PM

    Hi,

    What exactely you are looking, if you are looking to allow the users to only to display the catalog and not to add into shopping cart, you can acheive through Catalog transfer BADI.

    I don't know any other method we used this method in my previous project.

    Regards,

    Sreedhar Vetcha

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      Hi,

      This is what std sap says :

      " If you make changes to the characteristic values of items in a catalog, the system sets the status of any views for that catalog that have rules to Inactive. This is because the changes to the characteristic values may mean that items that should now be excluded from a view are still included in the view, or vice versa. When you execute the rules (or trigger their execution by uploading a file or publishing the catalog), the system changes the status of the views to Active "

      Normally if you are using all characteristics values thne the view is active.

      Are you trying to change the assigned characteristics?

      Best regards,

      Sridhar.

      Check this out please :

      http://help.sap.com/saphelp_ccm20/helpdata/en/index.htm

      View definition and Rule based view definition

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