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Default long text in notification while creating notification

Hello,

is it possible to add a long text in a notification while creating the notification?

I think, FM BAPI_ALM_NOTIF_DATA_ADD could be used. Question is: in which user exit should I call it? And which NUMBER should I give to the import parameter since the notification has not been saved yet?

Thx, Peter

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 03:38 PM

    Found it myself, it was not possible via the above ways but thank you all for the contributions.

    I did it via follow up activity.

    This triggers is custom made function module

    When the users saves the notification,

    1) the existing long text is read via READ_TEXT

    2) a standard SO10 text is read, which contains the questions via READ_TEXT

    3) the standard text is listed below the already entered text via EDIT_TEXT

    4) the user can now enter the answers to the questions, the long text will be updated

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2011 at 01:27 PM

    Hi Peter,

    Please check this EXIT_SAPMIWO0_020 exit.

    You can try parallel processing here.

    -Keerthi

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    Posted on Dec 02, 2011 at 02:47 PM

    Hi,

    When your creating Longtext via IW21 , there will not be any number .. , you will get number when it is saved ..

    You can however try using user exit :-QQMA0025 to give a default text .. i think ..

    I believe u have to user FM :- SAVE_TEXT in the above user exit .. to add the longtext ..

    regards

    pushpa

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