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Notification-Screen Structure

Hi all,

I want to have a simplified view for notification screen instead of the conventional one.How can i achieve that?

I did the customization through the following link in SPRO.

cross application components notification over view of notification type--screen structure for extended view or scree structure for simplified view.

But whenever i try to create a notification of the particular type its showing only extended view.Its not showing the simplified view?How can i get the simplified view?

Regards,

Ebin

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  • Posted on Aug 01, 2008 at 02:03 PM

    Ebin,

    Try removing the view profile assignment from your notification type in the IMG

    PeteA

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    • Former Member Thyagarajan Krishnamurthy

      Hi Thygarajan,

      IQS21 is already defined simplified view.My requirement is to create a new simplified view for a notification type.

      I tried the the second option that u have told.I have created a new notification type with only simplified view.

      But at the time of creation of notification, system is giving a warning message

      "Screen setting for notification type maintained, copy standard". and system will give a standard simplified view instead of the customized one.

      Suggestions welcome.

      Regards,

      Ebin

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 12:44 PM

    use t code IQS21 it will help

    Regards,

    E-Jad

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