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SAP ByD | Extend Business Object: StockTransferProposal

Hi experts !

My requirement is to add a new extension field on item level and add it to the screen New StockTransfer Order.

I thing that I need to extend the Business Object: StockTransferProposal.

in the repository explorer it's mentioned that the root node is not extensible.

Any Idea how to proceed ?

Best regards,

Mohamed Amine.

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    Nov 21, 2016 at 04:37 PM

    The stock transfer proposal is only the planning object and is not extensible. You have to extend the stock transfer order itself. Technically the stock transfer order is based on the customer requirement, as far as I know.

    Best regards,

    Stefan

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    • Dear Amine,

      I have a solution which will help you to find the Underlying BO's of the Standard UI's.

      1) Go to Adaptation mode.

      2) Click Edit Screen and Make some changes on the Screen like(Changing the visibility status of an element on the screen or Adding an Extension field). This changes will leads to some entries in the Flexibility Log available on the Application and User management.

      3) On the Flexibility Log you will have a brief information on "which screen you made the changes" . I think that information is feasible to find out the Underlying BO's.

      Hope this information helps you.

      Best Regards,

      Sooriyaprakash

  • Nov 29, 2016 at 01:11 PM

    Hi Amine,

    sorry, I cannot answer your question. I assume that when modifying standard UIs in cloud application studio you get some information of the underlying business object.

    Best regards,

    Stefan

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      No problem, I will try to find something helpful. Once I find the trick I will post it here.

      Thank you very much.

      Mohamed Amine.