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Display Infotype history in a table UIBB

Hi Forum Members

Can you clarify if it is possible to use the Rendering Style "GUIBB list is rendered as a table" in an WDA ESS UIBB to display a list of all the delimited as well as the current record for an Infotype?

I have added a new UIBB to the OVP which has an associated detail UIBB. This detail UIBB I have created as a LIST_WINDOW rather than the usual FORM_WINDOW because the FORM_WINDOW does not give the the table view option.

Now that I have a table being dislpayed in the detail UIBB, my issue is that I only see the current record for the Infotype and not a list of all the previous delimited records for the Infotype also.

Does the feeder class CL_HRESS_PER_OVERVIEW (which is associated with the IF_FPM_GUIBB_LIST for the LIST WINDOW) only return the current record?

If this is the case, how can I get a list of all records for an Infotype onto a UIBB rather than just the current one?

What we are trying to achieve is to display all the salary scales an employee has moved through during their employment.

Thanks in advance for any help

Mark

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  • Posted on Aug 02, 2012 at 03:53 AM

    You need to define from which past date the data should be displayed. This is done by the implementation of BAdI HRXSS_PER_BEGDA.

    Rest what you are trying is OK and should work.

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