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Editing existing system Forms

Hi,

Just wondering how to edit existing System forms. Does this need to be done via the development kit? The documentation mentions that this can be done via SCG (or 6.5 Screen Painter), but I can find any specifics.

Thanks in advance

Zabe

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    Former Member
    May 31, 2004 at 12:51 PM

    Hi,

    • <b>SCG</b> - Screen Code Generator - allows editing forms in VB and exporting it to SAP Business One;

    Does not exist anymore.it was a pilot version that did not grow to a plan.

    <b>Screen Painter</b> - a more mature version of editing SAP Business One form via the SAP Business One Application;

    Editing User forms - It is now available.

    Editing System forms - It is in it's final touches and should be released in one of the future MR.

    Last yet not least - <b>UI API</b> (Interface to be used via code):

    the powerful API that lets you control the SAP Business One GUI (Graphical User Interface)

    <u>lets you</u>:

    Change SAP Business One System forms

    Remove (Hide) System forms and items

    Add your own forms (user forms).

    The UI API is part of the SDK package that is available for SAP Partners.

    Best regards,

    Yaniv Gamliel

    SDK Consultant

    SAP Manage Israel

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    • Former Member

      Thanks for you reply Yaniv.

      Couple of clarification points with regards to the UI API. Is the UI API part of the Implementation API?

      Also what are the fundamental differences between the Implementation SDK and the Development SDK?

      Zabe

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    Former Member
    Jun 01, 2004 at 05:37 AM

    Also is there any sample code to edit system forms, other than the Order Form Manipulation?

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    Former Member
    Jun 01, 2004 at 07:00 AM

    Hi again,

    Implementation & Development are both modes of working with the SAP Business One SDK.

    In order to develop on the application you'll need a Development SDK.

    After an Add-on was developed - it can be distribute to machines that are already installed with the Implementation SDK.

    you can find more on this issue and also code samples

    in SAP Business One SDK Help & samples.

    Best regards,

    Yaniv Gamliel

    SDK Consultant

    SAP Manage Israel

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