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Recent Objects fly over text

Can someone point me to documentation on where I can configure the prefixing mouse over text on Recent Objects.

For example, rather than

'Sales Order:' 123 ,

I want it to say, perhaps,

SlsOrdr : 123.

Or instead of

Accounts:Joe Smith,

perhaps

Acct: Joe Smith.

Thanks...

...Mike

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    Posted on Nov 16, 2010 at 12:37 AM

    Hi Michael,

    The text in the tool tip is not configurable.The text in the tool tip is being determined by the method GET_DESCR in the class CL_CRM_BSP__RECENTOBJECT0_IMPL.

    You would have to enhance implementation class of the view CRM_BSP_RECOBJ in the component CRM_BSP_RECOBJ.

    thanks

    giri

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  • Posted on Nov 16, 2010 at 09:28 PM

    Hi Michael,

    In order to get the mouse prefixing text for the attributes, you need to take your developer's help. Ask him to enhnance the get_p method of the attribute where you want this functionality and implement following sample code:

    CASE iv_property.

    WHEN if_bsp_wd_model_setter_getter=>fp_tooltip.

    rv_value = ' '.......... " Value as desired by you

    ENDCASE.

    I hope this helps.

    Thanks

    Vishal

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    • Hi Vishal,

      Will you be able to help me out with the code/method of the class CL_CRM_BSP__RECENTOBJECT0_IMPL wherein it would be possible for me to change the contents of the Recent items.

      For E.g.

      Currently the recent items field shows the incidents which the logged-in user has viewed recently.

      But I want the most recent Incidents created in SOLMAN system inturn to be displayed here.

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