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Editing System Form

Hello, I have a problem:

I want to editing system form ("Item Master Data"), I need then I create New "Item" in this form Stock Item and Sales Item (Check Box) was marked (default value) as N

I can do that in Addon (UI), but I think I can editing system form whithout addon (try to editing XML file for "Item Master Data"), if it posable plese tell me how? or where I can found System Form XML file

Thanks, sorry for my "English" 😊)

I found some documents about "How editing system form", in this examle author uses some program Fig. 1.5, but I didn't found it in SAP Portal

Edited by: Vladimir Pochinko on Jan 22, 2009 10:52 AM

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    Posted on Jan 22, 2009 at 10:32 AM

    U can update system form.First u need to access it and create object of system form as,

     Dim objForm As SAPbouiCOM.Form
     objForm = SBO_Application.Forms.GetFormByTypeAndCount("150", 1)

    U can add a new control label as,

    Dim  lblType As SAPbouiCOM.StaticText
     objForm.Items.Add("lblType", SAPbouiCOM.BoFormItemTypes.it_STATIC)
                lblType = objPermanentForm.Items.Item("lblType").Specific
                lblType.Caption = "Applicable to "
                objForm.Items.Item("lblType").Width = 65
                objForm.Items.Item("lblType").Height = 20
                objForm.Items.Item("lblType").Top = 2
                objForm.Items.Item("lblType").Left = 10

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Just a recommendation in the FormMode=3, don't use the number, use the enum offered by the ui api, because in a new release can change this value internally but if you use the enums, when you update the dll references will work ok, this happened to us before.

      I belive it's something like BoModeMask, BoFormMode, don't remember exactly right now,


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