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HCM P&F - ISR and dynamic logo

Dear all,

following the instructions based on this thread Display a logo dynamically in adobe form I'm able to display the logo if I test the form via t-Code SFP (print preview).

When I run the process via EP the logo does not display.

I think there is something controlled by ISR but I'm not able to figure out how I can close this issue.

I have to define something in the list of fields of the ISR?

my final question is:

is possible to show a logo dynamically in HCM P&F as well as for Adobe PDF forms (SFP) and Adobe Interactive Forms embedded within the Web Dynpro Framework?

Any advice is really really important for me.

Please help me, it is urgent.

thanks for your attention. Regards,


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    Posted on Sep 29, 2011 at 03:23 PM

    Reading the book SAP Interactive Forms by Adobe by SAP Press, I found the reason why the solution shown on the [_forum_|Display a logo dynamically in adobe form; cannot work for HCM P&F but only for Web Dynpro and PDF Forms standalone. This kind of solution is based on ABAP code within the Initialization section of the form interface.

    Below an extract:


    The interface and the context of the form must meet specific criteria. The options provided by Form Builder for defining the form interface cannot be fully used within the ISR. The reason for this restriction is that the definition of the form context is outsources to the ISR Customizing. This means that the interface and the context must correspond to the characteristics of the Customizing.

    The following conditions apply to the usage of interfaces in the ISR:

    .... Initializations and form routines are not supported...


    What does it means? For ISR is required to find another solution. BAdI?


    thanks for your attention,


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