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XML Forms - filter documents to display in iview

Hi,

As a xml forms novise I have these questions:

1. Is it possible to display only xml forms documents containing certain values (radio button or checkbox choices) in a list view? How?

2. Can xml forms editing iviews be personalized?

3. Is it possible to set default values when user opens a new document for editing (editing iview), retreived from the users profile/personalization?

Thankful for any reply

Hilde

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  • Posted on Feb 08, 2005 at 10:54 AM

    <i>1. Is it possible to display only xml forms documents containing certain values (radio button or checkbox choices) in a list view? How?</i>

    I believe that you would need to develop a custom property filter to achieve such a task. see:

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/com.sap.km.cm.docs/documents/a1-8-4/code sample - how to develop a property filter.article

    <i>2. Can xml forms editing iviews be personalized?</i>

    No, not to my knowledge....

    <i>3. Is it possible to set default values when user opens a new document for editing (editing iview), retreived from the users profile/personalization?</i>

    Yes and no, the following is form saphelp and are the only way of defaulting data that I am aware of.

    $date

    Current date at the time of creation in the format YYYY-MM-DD.

    $locDate

    Current date at the time of creation in the country-specific date format of the current user.

    $time

    Current time at the point of creation in the format HH:MM:SS.

    $locTime

    Current date at the point of creation in the country-specific format of the current user.

    $sap_user

    User who is currently logged on

    $guid

    Globally unique identifier (GUID) that is generated by the system.

    Please assign points if it helps.

    Kind regards

    Daniel

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