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Configuration of Badi HRHAP00_BC_ELEMENT

Hi experts ,

I am working on the appraisal dcoument enhancements for performance management.

I will be using the Badi HRHAP00_BC_ELEMENT(Business Check Elements) for appraisal document enhancements. Can anybody tell me how to configure this Badi for e.g. the transactions like PHAP_CATALOG etc.

I know that the configuration of BADIs is a functional consultant's job . But still i need to configure this BADI.

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2009 at 05:19 AM

    1)Solved by self.

    2)For Every Template Under the Processing Tab,BADI HRHAP00_BC_ELEMENT can be configured in 'Further Template Behaviour'.

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      HRHAP00_BC_ELEMENT is an internal only BAdI. Well, actually it is free of use, but it makes no sense. It is used to do business checks in the phap_catalog. why? because several applications use the appraisal engine and have other business checks.

      For example, e-recruiting has other checks as Performance Management. Thats why the filter value is the add-on application.

      I think you want to use HRHAP00_BC_DOC instead 😊

      Regards and Groetjes,

      Maurice Hagen

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