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Hai every one...

Hai am very new to SAP CRM i want to know ...

And I have one more doubt regarding FORM_FIELDS in do_handle_event, I knew something about this for we can get which

fields have been changed on the view....and this FORM_FIELDS we will take in a loop so that we can get wch fields have been

changed.....but i dont understand exactly at what requirement this FORM_FIELDS will helpful, what is the requirement for this exactly ....i want to see one scenario

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  • Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 07:25 AM

    DO_HANDLE_DATA method in the controller happens to be the very first method that the runtime would come to after user has made inputs on the view or a user action has been triggered. .The Form_Fields is the importing parameter to this method.You can check this felds have been changed on the view.

    Now suppose you have to implement some field checks etc you can loop through the form_fields to perform the action.



    Edited by: joshi_kavindra on Dec 12, 2011 12:55 PM

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      Hi Shiva ,

      FORM_FIELDS can be helpful in the scenario as in where you want to know which all fields on your view have been populated along with the new values populated.

      So using the FORM_FIELDS parameter in the DO_HANDLE_DATA you can fetch the field names(technical fields names) which have been populated along with the values .



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