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Hiding/Changing ui objects for Appraisal Documents on EHP5

Hi,

Our customer would like to hide some columns and buttons in the appraisal documents table on EHP5. I could perform it for these buttons through application and component configuration, but I haven´t found a way to choose which columns I want to display for the users.

I found the object of this table in the component configuration. The object name is POWL_DATA, but I can only make it visible or invisible.

I know that if I open the funcionality, I can choose the table columns, but he wants that when the user calls the appraisal document the columns be already configured for every users.

Is there a way to reach this requirement?

Thanks.

Bruno

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    Posted on Sep 02, 2011 at 04:17 PM

    have you tried using the badi BADI HRHAP00_COL_ACCESS?

    To fulfill your requirement, you could develop a customer

    implementation of BADI HRHAP00_BUT_ACCESS (but first of all, you need

    note 1421150 applied in your system).

    In addition, there is another choice, you could use BADI

    HRHAP00_ENHANCE_FREE, method CHECK_EXECUTABILITY. This is the badi

    that puts the button in the document, and that allows to enter up to

    seven elements (according to customer customizing). You use the

    standard badi, but you can also create a customer implementation

    similar to the standard one, and in the method CHECK_EXECUTABILITY

    you can enter your own coding to disable the button if the user id the

    employee.

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