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OSA: Status Change Description in the Status Flow tab of appraisal template

Hi,

In the Status Change: Description field of status flow tab, I have entered a text in this field.

This text needs to be displayed for each status or substatus change.

Can anyone tell me where is this text displayed in the appraisal document.

Regards,

Vibha

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 05:49 AM

    Hi,

    if you've upgraded to EhP4, these texts will show in the ESS/MSS - page for the appraissals as 'selection options' (Webdynpro for ABAP).

    So in ESS/MSS not the names of the pushbuttons are displayed but the text in 'Status change: Description'.

    Can't tell for sure where it pops - up if you're not on EhP4 yet.

    Wilfred.

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 07:34 AM

    Hi Wilfred,

    Thanks for your response.

    We are on EHP4, but using BSP for the Appraisal Documents.

    How can we show the Status Description in the Portal after any push button is clicked.

    Regards,

    Vibha

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      Dear Vibha,

      Curious to know, if you are on EHP4 then why are you guys using BSP application and not webdynpro. The features provided in Webdynpro are far better than BSP applications.

      Answering to you question, can you try the "Status Change:discription" section in the "Status Flow" tab. Though I never tried it, but I am sure this will have a role to play in your design.

      Thanks!

      Regards,

      Chetan

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