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Remove EDIT button from FPM ToolBar

Hi All,

I am new to FPM, and I am working on SRM 7.0. In the Monitor Shopping cart WD application, after search event, a list of Shopping Carts are displayed, when we click on one of the SC number, the SC screen opens as a new Pop-up.

Here we have an EDIT button, and we need to remove this button from this screen.

Technical Details(EDIT button):

Application: /SAPSRM/WDA_L_FPM_OIF

Web Dynpro Component: FPM_OIF_COMPONENT

Window Information: FPM_WINDOW

View Information: CNR_VIEW


Technical Details(SC screen):

Application: /SAPSRM/WDA_L_FPM_OIF

Web Dynpro Component: /SAPSRM/WDC_UI_SC_DOFC_HD

Window Information: IV_L_FPC_CA_HDR

View Information: V_SC_BOFC_HD


Appreciate any help on this.



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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 11, 2011 at 07:14 AM


    Go to SE80 and open component FPM_OIF_COMPONENT.

    Expand the component configurations tree node and navigate and double click on the configuration id ZSAPSRM_WDCC_FPM_OIF_SC_PROFNL.

    Click on the Start Configurator button.

    The component configuration editor will open up. Click on change button.

    Now click on the Edit button in the toolbar and change its Visibility attribute to None.

    Save your changes.

    Hope this helps.



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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi All,

      We are looking to control the visibility of FPM EDIT button through code, as we thought, we could add more conditions to that in future.

      It's an OBN(Object Based Navigation) from Monitor search screen, to the Shopping Cart popup screen. So, from SC component if it is possible to get the source WD application which triggers this, then we can solve this. Already

      I am able to contol the visibility of EDIT button from PROCESS_EVENT(Post Exit) method, but it reflects in oter scenarios, so we need to use an IF condition.

      Monitor Comp: /SAPSRM/WDC_UI_SC_AMF_CA -> Source

      SC Comp : /SAPSRM/WDC_UI_SC_DOFC_HD -> Target



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