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SAP CRM 2007 - Cross Component Navigation for a custom hyperlink

Hi All,

This is related to SAP CRM 2007 issue.

I am in a appliacation (Activities) with one assignment block Case. Now in the case assignment block I have 2 fields with Hyperlinks. One is case & other is BP. The case hyperlink is working fine because it is standard. But for BP I need to implment, so that when we click on that it should take me to Business Partner(BP).Pls provide any help on this.

OR

How to implement Generic Cross component navigation?

Thanks,

Sarma

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    Posted on Aug 01, 2008 at 03:48 AM

    Hi Sarma,

    Cross Component Navigation can be generic as well as specific:-

    a) In generic navigation, the navigation links are already predefined and you just need to pass the selected bol entity into the default window outbound plug.

    b) In specific navigation, you need to define your own navigation links, do the component usage, do the data binging in the component controller and navigate.

    For reference , you can see how the Account is navigated in the Activities header page.

    Go to component->BT126H_APPT,view->BT126H_APPT/ApptDetails ,Context node->BTPARTNERACCOUNT>attribite PARTNERNO.

    Her if you see the GET_P_PARTNERNO method, they have defined a hyperlink on click of which they are firing an event:

    when if_bsp_wd_model_setter_getter=>fp_onclick.

    rv_value = 'ACCOUNT'.

    So next you check the event handler where the navigation is done:In EH_ONACCOUNT, they are passing the collection to outbound plug from where it is passed to the window outbound plug.

    So if you are using the same component, you can also follow the same process.

    Hope this helps!

    Thanks and Regards,

    Rohit

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