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Component is missing in WD Java application

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I'm working on an HCM persinfo Java application, and noticed that the validity component is missing. After investigation, I found that there should be a detailfooterview, but I don't know where I can add this view to the applicaton. I did not find it in developer studio. Does anyone know how to add this view to the application? Thank you very much.

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  • Posted on May 30, 2012 at 06:56 AM

    Hi Jingli,

    You can add n number of iviews in your application using nwds...goto wd explorer perspective and goto your development component and open component data modeller and here you can create your iview..

    cheers,

    sen

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    • So, is the requirement like - you want to add the webdynpro component to the application or want to add a new iview to the component....

      If you need the 1st option, you can open the application properties and in the application reference tab add the component in wd component and add the component interface view to the interface view option.

      Please let us know your requirement elaborately.

      Cheers,

      Sen

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    Posted on Jun 08, 2012 at 06:40 AM

    Hi Jingli,

    I understand that you are not able to view the validity date options(Valid From Today, Vald from Furture Date, Validity Period) on the "Edit" perspective in the Portal.

    The validity options depend on the usecase defined for each infotype in R/3 in the table V_T7XSSPERSUBTYP.

    Please get contact your HR Consultant to check the usecase for the subtype and change it accordingly.

    The DetailFooterView is present in the standard DC ess/per. This DC is added as 'Used DC' for other DCs.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Anushree

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