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hiding fields in a bsp...

Hi,

How does SAP control what fields are displayed in a BSP application. I know that there is a way of turning fields on and off, but I don't know where that is controlled. I have looked at one SAP delivered BSP application and noticed that there are more field within the BSP that are not displayed that are in the code.

Any ideas?

Regards,

Kevin

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2004 at 07:19 PM

    What type of fields are you talking about?

    Input fields? Then you mark them as type "hidden" just like normal HTML.

    A bit more info would help to get a clearer idea what you mean.

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      Hi Suresh,

      There is some code in some of the delivered BSP applications that looks like this:

      <%

      if controller->bee is bound.

      %>

      <bsp:bee bee="<%= controller->bee %>" />

      <%

      endif.

      %>

      the fields should show up. Once the fields have been added to the Customer Include of the infotype, those fields should show up on the page, provided the 'bee' is on the page.

      I don't know much on how the bee works, and unfortunately, there is no documentation on it.

      I hope this helps a bit!!

      Regards,

      Kevin

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    Posted on Feb 03, 2005 at 06:27 PM

    Hi Kevin

    You can use 'flexibilisation'.

    You will find this in the IMG under:

    SAP E-Recruitment ->

    Technical Settings ->

    User Interfaces ->

    Flexibilisation ->

    Fields ->

    Modify Fields in Interfaces

    However SAP have chosen only to include certain fields and some of those appear not to respond properly in all cases [OSS pending]...

    If you want to add your own fields to the list of fields available for flexibilisation, then you need to add entries to tables PHTMLB_FLI, PHTMLB_FLI_CUST and PHTMLB_FLI_TEXT. Use SM30 with the view VRCFPHTMLB_FLI and VRCFPHTMLB_FLI_C...

    Hope that helps

    Jon Bowes

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