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OSA: Change text and font size from hap_document BSP

Hi,

I'm requested to change the spanish translation and font size for the part appraisers and results header columns.

I looked up the HR forum and tried finding some style coding in the BSP application but couldn't find it.

Any suggestion?

Thanks

Ivan

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  • Best Answer
    Posted on Dec 08, 2011 at 11:34 AM

    Try using transaction CMOD.

    Goto Text enhancements > Keywords > change > HAP_APPRAISAL_NAME and there you should be able to change the heading.

    I hope this is the issue.

    Thanks & Regards

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 01:28 PM

    To resolve the issue I had to edit the HTMLB generated in the page Document_Body.htm from BSP application HAP_DOCUMENT.

    I included html code to edit the font size and style.

     concatenate 'DOC_BODY_HEADER_'
                            lw_body_columns-column_iid
                            into l_id_cell.%>
                <htmlb:gridLayoutCell  id              = "<%=l_id_cell%>"
                                       rowIndex        = "1"
                                       columnIndex     = "<%=l_tabix%>"
                                       style           = "ALTERNATING">
                  <font size="2"><b><%=lw_body_columns-column_name%></b></font>

    I understand the proper solution is to edit the CSS but time was running behind me and couldn't do it through the CSS file. Guess I need to learn some css coding soon 😊

    Thanks anyway for your help.

    Cheers,

    Ivan

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