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Edit button on ESS iviews

Hello everybody

We want to disable the Edit button in some ESS iviews. We know it can be done using the Personalization but we have found this:

We have to disable the Edit button for every child that is created. I mean, if a user has a new child, when it is added in the R/3 system, it can be view in the portal, but the Edit button is enabled. The "new child windows" doesn't inherit the previous "child window properties".

Technically:

When a child is added a subgroupcontainer_1 is created, then we disable Edit button. But when a second child is added a subgroupcontainer_2 is created and the Edit button is enable.

Is there a way to disable all the Edit buttons on this case?

Best regards.

Rubén García.

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2009 at 09:16 PM

    If you want to disable the Edit Button without using Personalization then u have to modify the webdynpro code in NWDS in ess~per DC which controls the display,enable/disable of the Edit buttons for all the Subtypes...

    ~Shikhil

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    Posted on Jan 26, 2009 at 04:35 PM

    Hello

    We don't have any NWDS, is it posible to do this using the personalization tool?

    Thanks

    Best regards.

    Rubén.

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      It can be done through Personalization but again as you said when the new child or another subtype record is added ...it will be enabled ....so you have to restrict it using java coding in NWDS....

      Shikhil

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