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How to make a column field editable through OADP customization

HI Every body,

I am facing a issue during oadp customization.As part of our requirement , i have added a column to the compensation planning in mss through OADP and the column is displaying fine,but the issue is that,the fields are not editable.So can anyone let me know ,how can i make the field editable through OADP customization.Is it really possible to do through OADP or not?



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    Posted on Nov 28, 2011 at 04:14 PM

    for which application you added the columns?

    let me explain takinh ECM as an example

    The backend part of the OADP provides a possibility to define data

    columns without assigning a function module for data extraction to it.

    The content of these columns as well as the column properties have to be

    defined in the application coding(WebDynpro frontend application) which

    is the reason why these columns are called #Application Columns#. The

    advantage of application columns is two-fold: Firstly, their content can

    be calculated dynamically during runtime in dependence of both, the

    content of other columns and application data. Secondly, it#s even

    possible to have data columns ready for input. These columns are build

    in the frontend webDynpro application, therefore for your custom column

    group, kindly assign the standard for these three columns.

    For OADP customizing of the compensation planning application kindly

    follow the link below.


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      Hi Siddarth,

      I have created a new Dc and a new component.I then created FPM views and then created a subroad map for it.Now the issue is when i am trying to call the component i am getting 500 internal error.Can u tell me wht might be the issues.



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