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Error when Create Campaign in WebUI (customizing table BSPWD_RF_PROFILE)

Dear experts,

I get an error in the WebUI when I try to create a marketing campaign (view CPGOE_DETAILS/OVEFDetails):

Marketing -> Create -> Campaign.

Error: "Application does not support 'no display mode' runtime setting".

I have to configure something in table BSPWD_RF_PROFILE via SPRO path: "Customer Relationship Management -> UI Framework -> UI Framework Definition -> Maintain Runtime Framework Profile".

Does anybody know what entry I have to add in table BSPWD_RF_PROFILE ?

I have to enter a "profile name", but which profile do they mean here? Do I also have to enter values in fields "Application", "View Set Name" etc ?

Thanks a lot for any answers.

Archie Oomen

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 02:32 PM

    Hi

    if you only wnat to create a campaign without replacing controllers / setting global controller, you can enter any name you want (ie. "DEFAULT") with any description.

    Set the Separate Display Mode to X (On).

    You do not need to fill the other values.

    Regards

    Claudia

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    Posted on Sep 03, 2009 at 02:54 PM

    Thank you very much Claudia, it works fine now.

    Archie

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