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Ibase Search Enhancement

Hi Experts,

I need to enhance Ibase Search with two fields MANUFACT_MODEL and MANUFACT_PART which come under Set type COM_TA_MANUFAC. I have enhanced my attribute structure and made changes in Design layer to get these fields. I have identified that I have to copy standard Class CL_CRM_PRIL_ADVSEARCH_BASE and create Z class to redefine method IF_CRM_PRIL_DQUERY~GET_RANGESEARCH_RESULT. Where do I maintain the entry to trigger this Z method. I tried maintaining it in CRMV_OBJ_BTIL_C view. I am getting an error saying "Entry ibcomptoiobjectadv does not exist in CRMC_OBJ_BTIL". If I try to maintain an entry there I get an error when I open Equipment search in Webui. Kindly guide me how to proceed further.

UI Component: CRMCMP_IBSEARCH

View: CRMCMP_IBSEARCH/ComponentByIObject

Context Node: Search

Bol Entity: ibcomptoiobjectadv

Att Structure: CRMT_COMP_IL_OBJECT_QS which has been enhanced with 2 fields.

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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2012 at 07:37 AM

    Just enhancing the search criteria is enough if the underlying Data/DB tables have the same fields already available.( I guess they are available in your case).

    In your case you need to implement the new search query class which you have done already. The control to search class is passed from the Genil class. You have make sure that from the GENIL class , GET_QUERY_RESULT or GET_DQUERY_RESULT method for the query name , the control should go to your Z class.

    You can debug and check the flow.

    Regards

    Kavindra

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