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How to get the Object corresponding to the field Added in model node in Context Node of any view? Reverse navigation of the field if working with the Standard Components.

Hi All,

I am working with the Standard Web UI component BP_HEAD_SEARCH . I have many fields in SEARCH model nodes in context node of BP_HEAD_SEARCH/MainSearch . But I am not getting the Object corresponding to a particular field, suppose STRUCT.XDIRECTION . I want to know the structure to which that particular field belongs.

I have mentioned a particular Standard Web UI component but please give the reply in generalized manner which will work for all standard component

I am working with AET so I am getting this problem.

Thanks and Regards,

Pranoy 😊 😊

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    Posted on Jul 30, 2012 at 01:37 PM

    Hi Pranoy,

    You can get the structure by looking at the base entity( BASE_ENTITY_NAME) of the context node structure in bol_model_browser .

    For example ,SEARCH model has base entity BuilHeaderAdvancedSearch. If you open now BOL_MODEL_BROWSER tab in component BP_HEAD_SEARCH , you can find the structure of BuilHeaderAdvancedSearch as CRMT_BUPA_IL_HEADER_SEARCH under dynamic search objects .



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